<div>What does the condition of these sidewalks say about the day this photo was taken? Brainstorm some words or phrases to describe the setting.</div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Vine City Civil Rights Demonstration · DPLA Omeka</span></div><div><br></div> dp.la Vine City Civil Rights Demonstration · DPLA Omeka
<div>Do you recognize anyone standing here? Click the button in the top left of this image to see if you're right!</div>
<div>Why do you think MLK would be visiting this road?</div>
<div>Look at the condition of the buildings on this street. What do you think life would be like if you lived there?</div>
<div>What would your reaction be if you looked out this window and saw this on your street?</div>
<div>How would the photographer's reaction to this event differ from MLK's thoughts?</div>
<div>Imagine this photo were featured in a newspaper the next day. How do you think a person who opposes integration would react?</div>
<div>Your prompt: Choose a perspective and create a short story, newspaper article, journal entry, or dialogue with another character about this event. Share it to our Google Classroom in the Primary Sources folder.</div>
<div>Do you think this lady is part of this conversation, or is she just walking by? How might her perspective be similar and different to the others pictured in this photo?</div>
<div>These ladies look like they are wearing signs. Are they protesting MLK's visit? Are they protesting for equal rights? Look at their clothing compared to MLK's group. What might this say about their social status or income level?</div>

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