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The photographs are in color — but the injustice is as clear as black and white. On assignment for Life magazine in 1956, photographer Gordon Parks focused on an extended African-American family in...

The photographs are in color — but the injustice is as clear as black and white. On assignment for Life magazine in photographer Gordon Parks focused on an extended African-American family in.

Parks and Recreation Season Five Episode 7: Leslie vs. April. "I don't have time for a history lesson."

42 Ways Meranda Clausen Is The Coolest RA Ever

Funny episode about recreating history to fit her own needs. Parks and Recreation Season Five Episode Leslie vs. "I don't have time for a history lesson.

How can you not get why Lil Sebastian is such a big deal? (Parks and Recreation)

How can you not get why Lil Sebastian is such a big deal? Li'l' Sebastian is the most amazing mini horse to ever live!

Frogs vs Toads, breeding habits, etc. Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Michigan Department of Natural Resources: Kids' Stuff from the Michigan Historical Museum

Longhorn Cavern State Park... near Austin Texas.  Very cool. The only underground river carved cave in Texas, and one of five in the United States. Neat history within the cave and surrounding area, too.

near Austin Texas. The only underground river carved cave in Texas, and one of five in the United States. Neat history within the cave and surrounding area, too.

Orcutt Ranch Horticultural Center. Nice space but a little out of the way. Would consider if having both ceremony and reception there.

City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

Parks & Recreation

Pawnee, Indiana "First in Friendship, Fourth in Obesity." (Parks and Recreation)

The Gordon Parks Foundation discovered over 70 unpublished photographs by Parks at the bottom of an old storage box wrapped in paper and marked as “Segregation Series.” These never before series of images not only give us a glimpse into the everyday life of African Americans during the 50′s but are also in full color, something that is uncommon for photographs from that era. http://beautifuldecay.com/2012/07/18/gordon-parks-color-photographs-of-segregation/#

Life under Segregation: Department Store, Mobile, Alabama, 1956 (photo courtesy of The Gordon Parks Foundation / Steidl)

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