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    82358-4
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, interviewé à l'endoit où Michael Meyer, jeune homme de 21 ans, fut tué par des gardes à la frontière communiste alors qu'il tentait d'escalader le mur de Berlin pour rejoindre Berlin-Ouest (Allemagne), 13 septembre 1964.
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    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, donnant une conférence de presse après sa rencontre avec le président Lyndon B. Johnson à la Maison Blanche. Washington D.C. (Etats-Unis), 3 décembre 1963.
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    5800 x 3432 pixels (3183 Ko)

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    59621-9
    Marches de Selma à Montgomery pour les droits civiques. Martin Luther King et Ralph Bunche. Alabama (Etats-Unis), 21 mars 1965.
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    2001 x 3000 pixels (737 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    84957-10
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, à une conférence de pesse suite la discussion sur les droits civiques avec Lyndon B. Johnson (1908-1973), homme d'Etat américain, à la Maison Blanche pour Washington DC (Washington, Etats-Unis), 3 décembre 1961. Photographie de Warren K. Leffler.
    © Warren K. Leffler/Underwood Archives / The Image Works / Roger-Viollet
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    4800 x 3793 pixels (2271 Ko)

    © Warren K. Leffler/Underwood Archives / The Image Works / Roger-Viollet
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    76924-10
    Martin Luther King Jr. prononçant son célèbre discours "I have a dream" au Lincoln Memorial, devant plus de 200 000 manifestants lors de la marche pour les droits civiques à Washington D.C. (Etats-Unis). 28 août 1963.
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    7297 x 5238 pixels (7068 Ko)

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    76331-16
    Marche de James Meredith à travers le Mississippi. Martin Luther King et Walter Reuther, président de l'United Auto Workers (syndicat des ouvriers de l'industrie automobile). Mississippi (Etats-Unis), 1er juin 1966.
    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    3000 x 2231 pixels (1185 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, recevant le Prix Nobel de la Paix lors d'une cérémonie à l'université d'Oslo (Norvège), 12 décembre 1964.
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    4000 x 5724 pixels (8207 Ko)

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    59301-16
    Marches de Selma à Montgomery pour les droits civiques. Martin Luther King, Ralph Abernathy, Charles Evers, Ralph Bunche, le rabbin Abraham Joshua Heschel et Harry Belafonte. Environs de Selma (Alabama, Etats-Unis), 21 mars 1965.
    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    3000 x 2079 pixels (980 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    59283-4
    Marches de Selma à Montgomery pour les droits civiques. Bayard Rustin, John Lewis, Ralph Abernathy, Ralph Bunche, Martin Luther King et Coretta King. Alabama (Etats-Unis), 25 mars 1965. Photo : Matt Herron.
    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    2990 x 1981 pixels (2970 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    59300-2
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, prononçant un discours suite aux émeutes provoquées par un attentat à la bombe du Ku Klux Klan dans une église baptiste deux jours plus tôt. Birmingham (Alabama, Etats-Unis), 17 septembre 1963.
    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    2015 x 3000 pixels (1144 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    83105-7
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, s'exprimant lors d'une réunion publique au "City Temple", église non-conformiste. Londres (Angleterre), 7 décembre 1964.
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    3946 x 5954 pixels (5103 Ko)

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    59279-1
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, s'entretenant avec le révérend Fred Shuttlesworth (1922-2011), après un attentat à la bombe du Ku Klux Klan dans une église baptiste. Birmingham (Alabama, Etats-Unis), 15 septembre 1963.
    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    2063 x 3000 pixels (3579 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    59301-1
    Marches de Selma à Montgomery pour les droits civiques. John Lewis, Martin Luther King, Ralph Bunche et le rabbin Abraham Joshua Heschel, le premier jour des marches. Alabama (Etats-Unis), 21 mars 1965. Photo : Matt Herron.
    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    2088 x 3000 pixels (949 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    59302-2
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, et Ralph Abernathy (1926-1990), révérend américain, saluant les manifestants ayant participé aux Marches de Selma à Montgomery pour les droits civiques. Montgomery (Alabama, Etats-Unis), 25 mars 1965.
    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    2265 x 2868 pixels (521 Ko)

    © 1976 Matt Herron / Take Stock
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    59310-4
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, s'exprimant lors d'un rassemblement du "parti démocrate de liberté du Mississippi" (MFDP). Atlantic City (New Jersey, Etats-Unis), 10 août 1964.
    © 1976 George Ballis / Take Stoc
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    1993 x 3000 pixels (1191 Ko)

    © 1976 George Ballis / Take Stoc
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    84953-14
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain. Photographie de Dick De Marsico.
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    3973 x 4800 pixels (1769 Ko)

    © Dick De Marsico/Underwood Archives / The Image Works / Roger-Viollet
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    76924-9
    Martin Luther King Jr. prononçant son célèbre discours "I have a dream" au Lincoln Memorial, devant plus de 200 000 manifestants lors de la marche pour les droits civiques à Washington D.C. (Etats-Unis). 28 août 1963.
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    5415 x 3556 pixels (4645 Ko)

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    59310-3
    Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur américain, s'exprimant lors d'un rassemblement du "parti démocrate de liberté du Mississippi" (MFDP). Atlantic City (New Jersey, Etats-Unis), 10 août 1964.
    © 1976 George Ballis / Take Stoc
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    1999 x 3000 pixels (883 Ko)

    © 1976 George Ballis / Take Stoc
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    123167-1
    Plaque commémorative devant le "Lorraine Motel" (maintenant le National Civil Rights Museum) où fut assassiné Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur baptiste américain militant pacifiquement pour les droits des noirs américains. Memphis (Tennessee), 1997.
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    2048 x 1445 pixels (700 Ko)

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    Plaque commémorative devant le "Lorraine Motel" (maintenant le National Civil Rights Museum) où fut assassiné Martin Luther King (1929-1968), pasteur baptiste américain militant pacifiquement pour les droits des noirs américains. Memphis (Tennessee), juin 2000.
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    3143 x 2122 pixels (1076 Ko)

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    146660-14
    Personalities. Mono Print. James Earl Ray under the alias Eric Starvo Galt, the assassin of Martin Luther King Jr.18 April 1968. 19680418.
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    4964 x 3209 pixels (1133 Ko)

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    146660-18
    xenophon - keedup. TopFoto.co.uk. Mono Print. The Funeral Of Dr. Martin Luther King.After a service in the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, the body of the murdered Dr. Martin Luther King was taken to the all-Negro Moorhouse College, (Dr. King's old school) for an open-air campus service, which was attended by thousands of mourners. Photo shows: Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy, wife of the former US President, who was also murdered, is seen arriving for the funeral service of Dr. Martin Luther King at the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Georgia, USA. 11 April 1968. 19680411.
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    6032 x 4763 pixels (2371 Ko)

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    146659-30
    Rev . Martin Luther King. Personalities. Mono Negative. Atlanta : The Rev . Hosea Williams , one of Dr Martin Luther King's chief aides in his civil rights battles , bends over to get a close look at Dr King's body as it lay in state at Sister's Chapel at Spellman College . Today it was transferred to Ebenezer Baptist Church for a further period of lying in state .8 April 1968. 19680408.
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    3483 x 5019 pixels (5043 Ko)

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    146659-19
    ML King assassination. Personalities. Mono Negative. A man wears a placard proclaiming the death of Dr. Martin Luther King - cut from a local newspaper - as he watches looters stealing from stores in the background as violence, looting and fireraising flared on 5th April 1968 after the slaying of the negro leader.Chicago. 19680405.
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    7988 x 6111 pixels (6277 Ko)

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