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  1. Jan 2018
    1. Picture #27 https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/01/50-years-ago-in-photos-a-look-back-at-1968/550208/ The women holding the torch while sprinting up the stairs demonstrates a form of female empowerment and valiant courage.

    2. Picture #30 (https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/01/50-years-ago-in-photos-a-look-back-at-1968/550208/) Robert F. Kennedy is shown lying on the floor after being shot three times by a man named Sirhan. The Picture is intense because of what had happened the lighting and the coloring only makes it more harrowing.

    3. Picture #29 https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/01/50-years-ago-in-photos-a-look-back-at-1968/550208/ Robert F. Kennedy as shown in the picture can be seen having the same charisma as his brother John F. Kennedy.

    4. Picture #24 https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/01/50-years-ago-in-photos-a-look-back-at-1968/550208/<br> The picture which is shown illustrates the horrors that were faced during the civil war in Nigeria, the war itself for freedom as shown in the photograph draws in negative externalities which cause damage to those who stand aside such as children. From what i gather when can suppose that there were over 1,000 casualties within a day in Nigeria at the time.

    5. Picture #14 The atlantic

      https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/01/50-years-ago-in-photos-a-look-back-at-1968/550208/ the world has no leader it's as if it collapsed, Individuals apart of the civil right groups had just lost a revolutionary leader his death aroused anger and chaos.Their leader had spoken from heart and thought, I think of it like this, violence just brought further retaliation from those who followed someone who represented change.

    6. I am a man The atlantic (https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2018/01/50-years-ago-in-photos-a-look-back-at-1968/550208/) The picture shows a group of protestors who're overall african american. The fascinating thing about the picture is that their is contrast shown between the black protestors and the white protestor, They're wearing a sign "I'm a man" while the white man isn't, I believe it underlies a message that a white person didn't have to fight to achieve status as a man, while black individuals had to remind the world that they're human. The other soldiers outfits are darkened while one soldier's outfit is white this is another example of contrast shown, the white man with the protestors direction is pointed towards the man in white in-between the soldiers this to me symbolizes status the white man is usually seen at a higher status and the man in white is the commander being above the other soldiers which i found interesting. The differences between the people in the image makes the picture more powerful and true to its meaning.