Taken by photojournalist James Karales, “March from Selma to Montgomery” depicts one of three marches in 1965 that marked what many consider the political and emotional peak of the American Civil Rights Movement. Karales captures men and women, black and white, dressed in suits and skirts and head scarves, with two American flags flying in the air. This photograph explores the nature of diversity and inclusion in the U.S., eliciting questions about who makes up America and who chooses to partake in movements to create a more just and equitable future.
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