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A look at the iconic images from Human Rights Human Wrongs

Drawn from the famed Black Star Collection, the show brings together 316 pictures that offer a portrait of the 20th century

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A Charles Moore photo of the May, 1963, race riots in Birmingham, Ala., when the city was one of the most racially divided in the United States.

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Martin Luther King (centre) in Birmingham, Ala., in a December, 1965, photograph by Bob Fitch.

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Aug. 21, 1968: A searing photo of the invasion by Warsaw Pact troops, under Soviet orders, of Prague, Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic), by Hilmar Pabel.

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