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Hateful Things  Exhibit by the Jim Crow Museum
15-JAN-2006

Hateful Things Exhibit by the Jim Crow Museum

Canon EOS 20D ,Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD (IF)
1/60s f/2.8 at 42.0mm iso400 hide exif
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Date/Time15-Jan-2006 16:18:18
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 20D
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length42 mm
Exposure Time1/60 sec
Aperturef/2.8
ISO Equivalent400
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White Balance (-1)
Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Programmanual (4)
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J. M. 02-Jun-2009 03:41
I work in an extremely racist and hateful environment. Therefore, I am a firm believer that nothing will ever change. No matter how much one complains, the powers that be will remove said individual in favor of the status quo. Furthermore, although I have seen racist trinkets, etc. aboard some of the aircrafts while I was working, I knew better than to speak out against the perpetrators. Racism is as American as apple pie and is love, cherished, and honored just as well!
greene 16-Feb-2009 18:28
I think its important to show how some white people were and still are if could be they dont have a lilly white past. Jewish people dont let anyone forget their holocoust. why should blacks.
greene 16-Feb-2009 18:28
I think its important to show how some white people were and still are if could be they dont have a lilly white past. Jewish people dont let anyone forget their holocoust. why should blacks.