North Carolina Image Analysis

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I chose an image where African American men were walking down a street carrying a banner reading "Freedom for all People!" and this image was taken in the year 1963 during the civil rights era. The image is in black and white and is of people marching in a protest for equal rights. All the men walking are dressed formally and are looking to make a stand without riot. The image is published and owned by News and Observers (Raleigh, N.C.) and it seems to be taking place somewhere in North Carolina by the description of the web page.
This image is important because it is showing a part of history that is an important key factor in North Carolina's history. The people in the image look mostly african american but when zoomed in you can see that it is a multi-race protest and even further
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Also relates to where it says “Establish justice” meaning to begin fairness for all and all means everyone. “Secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity” also came up to me and the point of this phrase in the Preamble, and the constitution as a whole was to help protect the country’s hard-earned rights for liberty, unjust laws, and freedom from a totalitarian government. This all matters because it shapes the way we are treated and the way we are seen upon us as people, and overall many of us today are blessed because we didn’t experience what the past did with people dying for rights. The constitution is there to give us rights and to believe it protects individual freedom, and its fundamental principles govern the United States. The Constitution places the government's power in the hands of the us, the citizens. It limits the power of the government and establishes a system of checks and
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