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  • Description: organization
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    • Mobile Mardi Gras

    • 1972
    • Mobile's African Americans started their own parading organization, then known as the Colored Carnival Association, in 1939. In this image from 1972, a young man looks on as a float from the renamed Mobile Area Mardi Gras Association parade gets...
    • Inner City News,

    • 1982
    • Charles Porter poses with an edition of the Inner City News, a paper he edited. The front page carries an article calling into question the Non-Partisan Voters League's use of the "pink sheet" campaign, a selective candidate endorsement flyer put...
    • Mobile Mardi Gras,

    • 1995
    • Mobile's African American Mardi Gras organization, known as the Mobile Area Mardi Gras Association, was founded in 1939. Each year it crowns King Elexis I and his queen, who rule over a fortnight's festivities. Tammy Conway, pictured here, was...

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