Civil Rights Swimming Pool

Civil Rights Swimming Pool

When a group of white and African American integrationists entered a segregated hotel pool, June 18, 1964, in St. Augustine, FL., manager James Brock poured muriatic acid into it, shouting "I'm cleaning the pool." The demonstrators refused to leave and were arrested. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)

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June 18, 1964 04:00:00 AM
August 19, 2008 04:48:45 PM
Horace Cort
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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5100 x 3586 11.81 MB
Race and ethnicity, Social issues, Social affairs, African-Americans, Human rights and civil liberties, Racial and ethnic discrimination, Racial and ethnic discrimination, Discrimination, Protests and demonstrations, Political and civil unrest, General news
Civil Rights, Civil Rights Movement, Demonstration, Desegregation, Discrimination, Police Officers, Protest, Racial Discrimination, Racism, Segregation, Swimming Pool
St. Augustine, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES
APHS126999
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