I shot this photograph at a rally protesting
the KKK during Thanksgiving weekend in Tupelo Ms. in 1978.While we
were protesting the klansmen having a press conference at the jail,
a young lady told me and another brother that the klan was having
a rally at the post office. The brother I was with said he was going
to go cuss them out, so I said I'm going with you to take your picture.
He cussed and I photographed.
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Jim Alexander has spent over forty years
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