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    James Meredith Ambush Shooter

    Ripley, Mississippi: June 14, 1966 Handcuffed Aubrey James Norvall is escorted by the Desoto County sheriff back to jail after a Mississippi circuit judge refused to lower his bail for the ambush shooting of civil rights leader James Meredith.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111306590

  • 1962年09月30日
    事件・社会現象関連

    ジェームズ・メレディス氏が黒人として初めて米ミシシッピー大学に入学したことに反発して発生した学生暴動で、催涙ガスを発射する連邦保安官=1962年9月30日(UPI=共同)

    商品コード: 2014072600131

  • 1966年06月06日
    Norvell Ambushes Meredith

    Hernandos, Mississippi: June 6, 1966 Civil rights leader James Meredith just after he was shot three times with a shotgun in an ambush by Aubrey James Norvell. Norvell‘s head and shoulders can be seen in the bushes just to the left of Meredith.、クレジット:Underwood Archives/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020020601884

  • 1966年06月08日
    事件・社会現象関連

    1963年8月18日、米ミシシッピ大学の卒業式に臨む同大初の黒人学生ジェームズ・メレディス氏=1966年6月8日配信(UPI=共同)

    商品コード: 2015022600296

  • 1966年06月08日
    事件・社会現象関連

    1963年9月26日、連邦保安官に付き添われて、入学手続きのため米ミシシッピ大学を訪れた初の黒人入学志願者、ジェームズ・メレディス氏の入校を阻止しようとする州副知事のポール・ジョンソン氏(画面左)=1966年6月8日配信(UPI=共同)

    商品コード: 2015022600297

  • 2020年11月25日
    James Meredith Museum Ribbon Cutting Event

    November 25, 2020, Jackson, Mississippi, USA: JAMES H. MEREDITH holding a big pair of scissors at the ribbon cutting for the future home of the James Meredith Museum and Bible Society Headquarters as his wife Judy Alsobrooks Meredith looks on. Native son and the first African American American to attend the all white University of Mississippi, James Meredith cut a red, white and blue ribbon at the announcement for his Museum & Bible Society Mission HQ in Jackson Mississippi. (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020112706768

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304414

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304296

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304446

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is James Meredith center speaking with the Dean of Jones College, left and a history teacher from the college. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304312

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is James Meredith center speaking with the Dean of Jones College, left and a history teacher from the college. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304156

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is James Meredith center speaking with the Dean of Jones College, left and a history teacher from the college. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304259

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is James Meredith, left speaking with the Dean of Jones College, center and shaking hands with the Honorable Judge Charles Pickering. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altm...

    商品コード: 2021041304344

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is James Meredith, left speaking with the Dean of Jones College, center and shaking hands with the Honorable Judge Charles Pickering. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altm...

    商品コード: 2021041304460

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is James Meredith, left speaking with the Dean of Jones College, center and shaking hands with the Honorable Judge Charles Pickering. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altm...

    商品コード: 2021041304509

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304327

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is James Meredith, left speaking with the with the Honorable Judge Charles Pickering. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304469

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured the Honorable Judge Charles Pickering. MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304325

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304517

  • 2021年04月12日
    James Meredith-A New day For Mississippi

    April 12, 2021, Ellisville, Mississippi, USA: Ellisville,MS 4/12/21 Pictured is MississippiÃs native son and civil rights icon James Meredith speaks at Jones College. Meredith gave a speech entitled à To our Future: Toward A New Day for Mississippi.à Meredith and Judge Charles Pickering spoke to a group of students about their experiences living in Mississippi. Meredith was. The first Black student at the University of Mississippi in 1962, and it took the US Supreme Court to get him in after riot on campus. Judge Pickering stood up to the KKK inMississippi, both men have lots to share. They both also feel the answer to AmericaÃs issues including race and poverty come from Jesus Christ and the Golden Rule. Meredith also spoke about how religion and government must be respected and how to make a just society. ©Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021041304458

  • 2021年06月12日
    Macarthur defeat Mariners in Elimination A League Semi FInal

    Macarthur Rams booked a place in the final four with a 2 nil win against the Central Coast Mariners in the Elimination Semi FinalFeaturing: James Meredith.Where: Gosforg, Australia.When: 12 Jun 2021.Credit: WENN、クレジット:WENN/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021061405303

  • 2021年06月12日
    Macarthur defeat Mariners in Elimination A League Semi FInal

    Macarthur Rams booked a place in the final four with a 2 nil win against the Central Coast Mariners in the Elimination Semi FinalFeaturing: James Meredith.Where: Gosforg, Australia.When: 12 Jun 2021.Credit: WENN、クレジット:WENN/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021061405295

  • 2021年06月12日
    Macarthur defeat Mariners in Elimination A League Semi FInal

    Macarthur Rams booked a place in the final four with a 2 nil win against the Central Coast Mariners in the Elimination Semi FinalFeaturing: James Meredith.Where: Gosforg, Australia.When: 12 Jun 2021.Credit: WENN、クレジット:WENN/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021061405291

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith visits Minneapolis-Racial Healing Roundtable, the sounds of blackness, gospel music, grammy,

    June 22, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/22/21 Minneapolis MN. The Sounds of Blackness, three time Grammy winners welcome Civil Rights icon, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith to.St Paul, Minnesota. Meredith was treated to a private rehearsal of the Ensemble, and Meredith spoke about his plans for the future. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062304444

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith visits Minneapolis-Racial Healing Roundtable, the sounds of blackness, gospel music, grammy,

    June 22, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/22/21 Minneapolis MN. The Sounds of Blackness, three time Grammy winners welcome Civil Rights icon, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith to.St Paul, Minnesota. Meredith was treated to a private rehearsal of the Ensemble, and Meredith spoke about his plans for the future. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062304355

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith visits Minneapolis-Racial Healing Roundtable, the sounds of blackness, gospel music, grammy,

    June 22, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/22/21 Minneapolis MN. The Sounds of Blackness, three time Grammy winners welcome Civil Rights icon, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith to.St Paul, Minnesota. Meredith was treated to a private rehearsal of the Ensemble, and Meredith spoke about his plans for the future. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062304424

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith visits Minneapolis-Racial Healing Roundtable, the sounds of blackness, gospel music, grammy,

    June 22, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/22/21 Minneapolis MN. The Sounds of Blackness, three time Grammy winners welcome Civil Rights icon, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith to.St Paul, Minnesota. Meredith was treated to a private rehearsal of the Ensemble, and Meredith spoke about his plans for the future. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062304445

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith visits Minneapolis-Racial Healing Roundtable, the sounds of blackness, gospel music, grammy,

    June 22, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/22/21 Minneapolis MN. The Sounds of Blackness, three time Grammy winners welcome Civil Rights icon, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith to.St Paul, Minnesota. Meredith was treated to a private rehearsal of the Ensemble, and Meredith spoke about his plans for the future. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062304449

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062407490

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062407589

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062407535

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062407514

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062407530

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 22, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and Mississippiââ¬â¢s Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo é Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062407610

  • 2021年06月22日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021062407525

  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the University of Minneapolis Law School, and it was live streamed to over 300 attorneys around the country. The law school discussion was moderated by Professor Orfield, left, from the Law School. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits Minneapolis-Racial Healing Roundtable, the sounds of blackness, gospel music, grammy,

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from 9th through 12th grade at The Breck School in Minneapolis. Meredith then spoke at the University of Minneapolis Law School, and it was live streamed to over 300 attorneys around the country. The law school discussion was moderated by Professor Orfield from the Law School. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasize the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUM...

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the University of Minneapolis Law School, and it was live streamed to over 300 attorneys around the country. The law school discussion was moderated by Professor Orfield, left, from the Law School. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the University of Minneapolis Law School, and it was live streamed to over 300 attorneys around the country. The law school discussion was moderated by Professor Orfield, left, from the Law School. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the University of Minneapolis Law School, and it was live streamed to over 300 attorneys around the country. The law school discussion was moderated by Professor Orfield, left, from the Law School. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith listens as students discuss what its like for them to be a Black student or educator during a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith/Univ.Minnesota Law School

    June 23, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/23/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith takes part in a roundtable discussion with students from the The Breck School. Students on grades 9-12 were able to ask Mr. Meredith questions regarding his thoughts on racism and how to be effective future leaders. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders. Minnijean Brown Trickey one of the Little Rock Nine was also part of the roundtable discussions, she was connected via the internet from Ontario Canada. Meredith discussed methods and ways to combat racism in America and emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith sits in front of Cups Food where George Food was murdered and speaks with members of the community who are in charge on maintaining the George Floyd Memorial Square. Civil Rights maverick, and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith sits in front of Cups Food where George Food was murdered and speaks with members of the community who are in charge on maintaining the George Floyd Memorial Square. Civil Rights maverick, and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith speaks with the local community outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith center poses with his wife Judy and a local high school student Ty Taylor outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith center poses with his wife Judy and a local high school student Ty Taylor outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith Visits George Floyd Memorial Square

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith sits in front of a cemetery made to memorialize the Black Lives that have been lost by murder by police, including George Floyd, Breonna, and Dante Wright, and Trevon Martin. Civil Rights maverick, and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月23日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 Civil Rights maverick, author and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith Visits George Floyd Memorial Square

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith sits in front of Cups Food where George Food was murdered and speaks with members of the community who are in charge on maintaining the George Floyd Memorial Square. Civil Rights maverick, and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith sits in front of Cups Food where George Food was murdered and speaks with members of the community who are in charge on maintaining the George Floyd Memorial Square. Civil Rights maverick, and MississippiÃs Native son, James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses with his wife Judy, outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses with his wife Judy, outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo é Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/24/21 James Meredith poses with his wife Judy, outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith Visits George Floyd Memorial Square

    June 24, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: JAMES MEREDITH poses outside Cup Foods in front of the George Floyd memorial mural, Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time. The site where Floyd was brutally killed by ex police officer Eric Chauvin who will be sentenced for the murder Friday June 25th. Civil rights icon James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before ex police officer Eric Chauvin is sentenced for the murder of George Floyd. (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits George Floyd Memorial Square the day before Chauvin Sentencing

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits Gov. Walz Minnesota before Chauvin sentencing

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 James Meredith and Terrence Roberts of The Little Rock Nine, speak with Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time, and today on his 88th Birthday is the sentencing of ex police officer Derek Chauvin. Meredith snd the Governor discussed racism, segregation, and how to solve these pressing issues facing communities across America. Civil rights icon James Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits Gov. Walz Minnesota before Chauvin sentencing

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 James Meredith and Terrence Roberts of The Little Rock Nine, speak with Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time, and today on his 88th Birthday is the sentencing of ex police officer Derek Chauvin. Meredith snd the Governor discussed racism, segregation, and how to solve these pressing issues facing communities across America. Civil rights icon James Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits Gov. Walz Minnesota before Chauvin sentencing

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 James Meredith and Terrence Roberts of The Little Rock Nine, speak with Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time, and today on his 88th Birthday is the sentencing of ex police officer Derek Chauvin. Meredith snd the Governor discussed racism, segregation, and how to solve these pressing issues facing communities across America. Civil rights icon James Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo é Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits Gov. Walz Minnesota before Chauvin sentencing

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 James Meredith and Terrence Roberts of The Little Rock Nine, speak with Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time, and today on his 88th Birthday is the sentencing of ex police officer Derek Chauvin. Meredith snd the Governor discussed racism, segregation, and how to solve these pressing issues facing communities across America. Civil rights icon James Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits Gov. Walz Minnesota before Chauvin sentencing

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 James Meredith poses with Terrence Roberts of The Little Rock Nine, inside the Governors Office at the Minnesota State Capitol after they spoke with Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time, and today on his 88th Birthday is the sentencing of ex police officer Derek Chauvin. Meredith snd the Governor discussed racism, segregation, and how to solve these pressing issues facing communities across America. Civil rights icon James Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits Gov. Walz Minnesota before Chauvin sentencing

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 James Meredith poses with Terrence Roberts of The Little Rock Nine, inside the Governors Office at the Minnesota State Capitol after they spoke with Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time, and today on his 88th Birthday is the sentencing of ex police officer Derek Chauvin. Meredith snd the Governor discussed racism, segregation, and how to solve these pressing issues facing communities across America. Civil rights icon James Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月24日
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  • 2021年06月24日
    James Meredith visits Gov. Walz Minnesota before Chauvin sentencing

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 Pictured ,James Meredith, second from left, Governor Walk, left, Lt Governor Peggy Flanagan and Terrence Rpberts of the Little Rock Nine. and Terrence Roberts of The Little Rock Nine, speak with Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan. Meredith says he was the George Floyd of his time, and today on his 88th Birthday is the sentencing of ex police officer Derek Chauvin. Meredith snd the Governor discussed racism, segregation, and how to solve these pressing issues facing communities across America. Civil rights icon James Meredith is in Minnesota for More Than A Moment, a series of roundtable discussions with students, educators, lawyers, and community leaders and faith leaders to discuss ways to end racism and how to build strong community leaders. Meredith emphasized the importance of speaking the truth and working together to make change for the better in our communities. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジッ...

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  • 2021年06月25日
    James Meredith 88th Birthday Party with Gov. Walz of Minnesota

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 Minneapolis Minnesota .Civil rights icon and author James Meredith, center in white suit, celebrates his 88th birthday with his wife Dr Judy Meredith, second from left and Governor Walz, second from right, at a private dinner in Minneapolis after the Chauvin sentencing. Also in attendance is Dr. Terrance Roberts of the Little Rock Nine, who was the keynote speaker. Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years for the brutal murder of George Floyd. The sentence is the harshest sentence ever given a police officer in Minnesota. The local community has mixed emotions regarding the sentencing and feels that there is much work that still needs to be done. The entire room sang Happy Birthday to Mr. Meredith. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月25日
    James Meredith 88th Birthday Party with Gov. Walz of Minnesota

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 Minneapolis Minnesota .Civil rights icon and author James Meredith, center in white suit, celebrates his 88th birthday with his wife Dr Judy Meredith, second from left and Governor Walz, second from right, at a private dinner in Minneapolis after the Chauvin sentencing. Also in attendance is Dr. Terrance Roberts of the Little Rock Nine, who was the keynote speaker. Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years for the brutal murder of George Floyd. The sentence is the harshest sentence ever given a police officer in Minnesota. The local community has mixed emotions regarding the sentencing and feels that there is much work that still needs to be done. The entire room sang Happy Birthday to Mr. Meredith. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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  • 2021年06月25日
    James Meredith 88th Birthday Party with Gov. Walz of Minnesota

    June 25, 2021, Minneapolis, Mississippi, USA: 6/25/21 Minneapolis Minnesota .Civil rights icon and author James Meredith, center in white suit, celebrates his 88th birthday with his wife Dr Judy Meredith, second from left and Governor Walz, second from right, at a private dinner in Minneapolis after the Chauvin sentencing. Also in attendance is Dr. Terrance Roberts of the Little Rock Nine, who was the keynote speaker. Chauvin was sentenced to 22.5 years for the brutal murder of George Floyd. The sentence is the harshest sentence ever given a police officer in Minnesota. The local community has mixed emotions regarding the sentencing and feels that there is much work that still needs to be done. The entire room sang Happy Birthday to Mr. Meredith. Photo © Suzi Altman (Credit Image: © Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Suzi Altman/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

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