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伊藤公洋🎸Kimihiro Itoさんのツイート: "『イージー・ライダー』でハーレー・ダビッドソンに、『ダーティ・メリー/クレイジー・ラリー』でダッヂ・チャージャーに憧れたよね。 このポスターは70年代、日本で最も売れた映画ポスターだったのでは?飲食店や友人宅、いたる所に貼ってあった。 安らかに… #PeterFonda… https://t.co/tyqkUzWT3A"

“『イージー・ライダー』でハーレー・ダビッドソンに、『ダーティ・メリー/クレイジー・ラリー』でダッヂ・チャージャーに憧れたよね。 このポスターは70年代、日本で最も売れた映画ポスターだったのでは?飲食店や友人宅、いたる所に貼ってあった。 安らかに… #PeterFonda”

1961 Freedom Riders Poster | "The Freedom Rides eventually encompassed a campaign that lasted seven months, involved over 400 African Americans and whites, and desegregated dozens of bus and train stations from Virginia to Texas. They galvanized every branch of the Civil Rights Movement, binding its past to its future, its tactics to its soul." – Diane McWhorter

Eric Etheridge, Joseph Portiglione SCW©2010 The Freedom Rides eventually encompassed a campaign that lasted seven months, involved over 400 African Americans and whites, and desegregated dozens of bus and train stations from Virginia to Texas. They galvanized every branch of the Civil Rights Movement, binding its past to its future, its tactics to its soul. –Diane McWhorter

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“Freedom Riders” hang anti-segregation signs from bus windows. In the early 1960s, the Congress of Racial Equality, an integrated group that promoted nonviolent methods to achieve racial equality, sent members to ride on public buses and trains to protest segregation of transportation networks. Freedom riders were beaten in Birmingham, Alabama; firebombed near Anniston, Alabama; and mobbed and handcuffed in Jackson, Mississippi.

“Freedom Riders” hang anti-segregation signs from bus windows. In the early 1960s, the Congress of Racial Equality, an integrated group that promoted nonviolent methods to achieve racial equality, sent members to ride on public buses and trains to protest segregation of transportation networks. Freedom riders were beaten in Birmingham, Alabama; firebombed near Anniston, Alabama; and mobbed and handcuffed in Jackson, Mississippi. (Library of Congress)

The last warm days, we exploited the good weather and let the good times roll with a bunch of good friends. The weather felt like spring on that November day. So nothing better than start a good skate session at our favourite Miniramp in Kandel. Skateboarding in a t-shirt in late November in Germany. That doesn't happen that often. Enjoy our little fun edit.