Get a powerful glimpse into history with this striking photograph titled "Colored entrance at Cresent Theatre" in Belzoni, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi. Captured by renowned photographer Marion Post-Wolcott in 1939, this image captures the stark reality of racial segregation during that era. The significance of the colored entrance serves as a reminder of the deep divisions and injustices faced by African Americans in the South. Through Post-Wolcott's lens, we are transported to a time when separate entrances enforced segregation, shedding light on the struggles and resilience of marginalized communities.
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