Associated Press Harlem Riot Scene
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One photograph entitled, "Harlem Riot Scene" taken by Associated Press dated July 19, 1964. Image is of a crowd in Harlem. A police van and parked cars are in front of them and traffic is behind them. Wire transfer information states that the protest took place following the fatal shooting of James Powell, a Black teenager shot by a white off-duty police officer Thomas Gilligan.
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