In 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed the law designating the third Monday in January Martin Luther King, Jr. day.
George Harrison and Bob Marley, July 13, 1975.
A young President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama on the South Side of Chicago during his first campaign, for the State Senate.
We got this!
Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Roy Campanella
Howard University Law School Graduates, c. 1900.
Happy Thanksgiving... Never forget.
Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. marches into the National Black Political Convention in Gary, Indiana in 1972.
Charles Gordone directs his Pulitzer winning drama, 'No Place to Be Somebody' at Joe Papp's Public Theatre in New York City.
Berry Gordy, Jr. of Motown Records holds up a Supremes record in front of Hitsville USA, 1964.
Harlem Congressman Adam Clayton Powell addresses a crowd in the Watts section of Los Angeles, January 10, 1968.
Josephine Baker takes her pet, tame cheetah, Chiquita, for a walk, 1931.
Today Gordon Parks would be 100. Cheers to a great artist and humanitarian, and congratulations to The Gordon Parks Foundation for keeping his legacy alive."
For more info please visit our website at www.gordonparksfoundation.org