A woman cleans the blood of Jalil Speaks. The 16 year-old teenager was killed in front of Strawberry Mansion High School in North Philadelphia in 2004. Jalil Speaks was shot outside the school shortly after classes let out.
Birkle’s work represents the New Objectivity movement that encompassed much of the art produced in the Weimar Republic. Artists like Birkle challenged their viewers to see the world as it really was, rather than as they would like it to be. See full-sized image for analysis.
Alex Wilson, editor of Chicago Daily Defender is kicked by a school integration protester after refusing to run from a mob near Little Rock Central High. Photo taken by Will Counts. Arkansas Democrat, 1957.
John L. Loeb, Jr. is a tireless philanthropist and patron of culture, Ambassador to Denmark during the Reagan administration, and the founder of the George Washington Institute for Religious Freedom (GWIRF), whose mission is to promote awareness of the historic roots of religious liberty in America. GWIRF is the sponsor of Facing History's Give Bigotry No Sanction project.