The photo of African American girls playing "Ring Around the Rosie" in Chicago, taken by Edwin Rosskam in 1941, is a historical document that captures a moment in the lives of African American children during a time of great change and challenge. The photo shows several young girls, dressed in their best clothing, playfully holding hands and singing the familiar nursery rhyme "Ring Around the Rosie."
The photograph provides a glimpse into the lives of African American children in the 1940s and highlights their resilience and playfulness despite the difficulties they faced due to poverty, discrimination, and segregation. The image of the girls laughing and singing together is a powerful reminder of the strength and resilience of African American communities, even in the face of adversity.
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