We All Managed to Make A Way

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“The Black skin is not a badge of shame, but rather a glorious symbol of national greatness.” -Marcus Garvey

[dropcap style=”normal or inverse or boxed”]Y[/dropcap]our text with dropcaps heret the end of the 19th Century, white Southern society began to pass laws to reverse the gains Black Americans made during Reconstruction. By 1900, the Age of Jim Crow (legal segregation) was in full swing. Yet as this image taken by Tallahassee photographer Alvan S. Harper reveal, this man among many Black Americans were able to prosper despite the social/legal restrictions they faced.


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