Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell add their signatures, hand and footprints in cement at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, 1953
Black soldiers have been portrayed or ignored by mainstream history. Yet, they have been at the center of every American military saga since Crispus Attacks drew the unfortunate distinction of being the first American killed in the Revolutionary War. This photo set tries to reverse that erasure.
The world before her
Ruby Dee in 1961 film, A Raisin in the Sun
— Wm. Paul Young (via observando)
Realities from the free loving 70’s. (Ads from the 70’s. Taken from buzz feed).