We’re in the midst of a historic moment that, one way or another, will impact each of us. For this month’s collection of images, I wanted to examine parallels between the past and the present.
An image by Clinedinst Studio shows thousands of women marching in 1913 in Washington, D.C., for the right to vote, shedding light on the fight for women’s equality in a way reminiscent of today’s protest marches.
Today, we continue to push the boundaries of space exploration—reminding me of James A. Sugar’s photo of aspiring astronauts in 1989 practicing weightlessness on a NASA training aircraft.
And just like families in decades past, we’re concerned about what the future holds for our children. An image by Steve Raymer shows an Indigenous boy and a white boy shaking hands at a youth baseball game, capturing the importance of acceptance.
As you look through this collection of vintage images from our archives, I hope it reminds you to consider where we came from—and where we are now.