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Danny Lyon SNCC demonstration at the Cairo pool. Cairo, Illinois, USA. 1962. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Selma, Alabama. October 7, 1964. The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) organized "Freedom Day", an attempt to get residents registered to vote. Chapel singers. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Atlanta, Georgia. Winter 1963-1964. A meeting of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Executive Secretary James Forman leads singing in the SNCC office. (From Left) Mike Saye (...)
Danny Lyon "The Walls" is a walled penitentiary, it is the oldest unit of the system and is located near the center of the town of Huntsville. Seven years flat on a twenty-year sentence. Huntsville, Texas. US (...)
Danny Lyon "The walls" is a walled penitentiary, the oldest unit of the system and located near the center of the town of Huntsville. Huntsville, Texas. USA. 1968. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Huntsville, Texas. 1968. Ferguson is a prison farm for young men, ages seventeen to twenty-one. Guns are passed to the picket tower; the line returns from work. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. New Mexico. The Las Conchas Fire of 2015. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Utah. 2015. German Brown in the Green River. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon John Lewis, future chairman of the SNCC, and others demonstrate at the Cairo pool, which did not allow blacks. Illinois. Cairo. USA. 1962. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon A meeting of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Executive Secretary James Forman leads singing in the SNCC office. (From Left) Mike Sayer, McArthur Cotton, James Forman, Marion (...)
Danny Lyon CORRESPONDENCE. 1962-1964. SNCC poster I made using the picture I made of John Lewis praying at a 1962 demonstration in Cairo, Illinois. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Selma, Alabama. October 7, 1964. The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) organized "Freedom Day", an attempt to get residents registered to vote. John Lewis being arrested. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Selma, Alabama. October 7, 1964. The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) organized "Freedom Day", an attempt to get residents registered to vote. John Lewis. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Washington DC. 1963. SNCC Chairman John Lewis speaks from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Atlanta, Georgia. Taylor Washington yells as he gets arrested. Winter 1963-1964. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon James Forman, executive secretary of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), is arrested near Leb's Restaurant by Altanta police. Atlanta, Georgia. USA. Winter 1963-1964. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Birmingham, Alabama. 1963. Civil rights activists Jimmy HICKS, Julian BOND, John LEWIS, and Jeremiah X stand across the street from a bombed church where 4 young black girls were killed while (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Atlanta, Ga. Late 1963. Civil Rights demonstrators. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago. 1965. Uptown. Family with a baby. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Atlanta, Georgia. Winter 1963-1964. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) members during a sit-in at a Toddle House restaurant. Stokely CARMICHAEL (left). © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. McHenry, Illinois. 1965. Racers. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago. 1965. Uptown. Couple with newborn baby. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago. 1965. Uptown. Children on ice cream vendor's box. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago. 1965. Uptown. Children at an apartment entrance. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Four youngsters, Uptown, Chicago. USA. 1965 © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Young boy outside his apartment. Uptown. Chicago. USA. 1965. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago. 1965. Uptown. Boys with rubber bands. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1965. Benny, Grand and Division. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1965. Corky at home. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1965. Cockroach and his family. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Brucie, his CH, and Crazy Charlie. McHenry, Illinois, USA. 1965. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1965. Corky at an Apache dance. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Cicero, Illinois. 1965. Brucie at the Stoplight Cafe. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1965. Funny Sonny packing with Zipco. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Schererville, Indiana. 1965. Sparky and Cowboy (Gary Rogues). © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Elkhorn, Wisconsin. 1965. Outlaw camp. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Birmingham, Alabama. 1963. Segregated cab service. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Cowboy at Rogues' picnic, South Chicago. USA. 1965. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Crossing the Ohio River, Louisville, Kentucky. USA. 1966. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Cicero, Illinois. 1965. Benny at the Stoplight. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Dayton, Ohio. 1965. Club house during the Columbus run. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Memorial day run. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. 1965. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Chicago, Illinois. 1965. New York Eddie's. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Detroit, Michigan. 1965. Renegade's funeral. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Washington, D.C. August 28, 1963. Members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) sing freedom songs during the March on Washington. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Eddie Brown, a member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) from the North, is arrested and calmly carried away by Albany police after a sit-in. Albany, Georgia, USA. August 1962. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Bernie Sanders and other CORE activists during a sit-in at the University of Chicago, the first to occur in the north as part of the Civil Rights Movement. The demonstration was organized in opposi (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Greenwood. Mississippi. 1963. Bob Dylan plays on the back porch of the SNCC office. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Leesburg, Georgia. August, 1963. Young women are held in the Leesburg Stockade after being arrested for demonstrating in Americus, GA. They have no beds or sanitary facilities. Left to right (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Danville, Virginia. 1963. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Field Secretary Cordell REASON teaches a workshop on nonviolent tactics. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon SNCC workers stand outside the funeral of the 4 girls who'd been killed by the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. From left to right: Emma Bell, Dorie Ladner, Dona Richards, Sam Shirah and (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Selma, Alabama. October 7, 1964. Freedom Day. Demonstrators from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) hold placards urging blacks to register to vote in front of the Selma fede (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Mississippi. Summer 1964. A meeting of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, which was created in 1964 as an alternative to regular state parties that excluded blacks. Here people vote in (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Texas. 1968. Bill Sander's tatoo photographs, Washington Street, Houston. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Huntsville, Texas. 1968. The Ramsey prison farm is set on 16,000 acres of Brazos River bottomland about 30 miles south of Houston and is populated by 1400 men. The prison is divided into a new (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Mississippi. Clarksdale. 1963. Police pose for a photograph as ministers from the National Council of Churches march to a local church. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Farmington, New Mexico. 1997. Robert and Marie on Saturday morning. Robert has been released after 18 years in prison. Incarcerated as a child, he had stabbed a "white man" while in custody an (...)
Danny Lyon USA. Huntsvile, Texas. 1968. The Walls is a walled penitentiary, the oldest unit of the system and located near the center of the town of Huntsville. New arrivals from Corpus Christi. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Houston, Texas. 1968. Bill Sanders, Tattoo Artist. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Dulce, New Mexico. 1997. James Dedios, Jicarilla Apache. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Houston, Texas. 1968. Bill Sanders, Tattoo Artist. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. New Mexico. 1974. Willie Jaramillo at 16. From "Little Boy" a 16mm film, 1978. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. Texas. 1968. Bill Sander's tattoo photographs, Washington Street, Houston. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon USA. New Mexico. 1970. Willie Jaramillo at twelve. From "Little Boy" a 16mm film, 1978. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon "Willie at Nineteen," Nancy in Texas with Gabe and Raphe, 1977. USA. 1977. Knave of Hearts, page 97. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos
Danny Lyon Bill Sanders in his tattoo shop, Washington Street, Houston, Texas. USA. 1968. © Danny Lyon | Magnum Photos