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Dr. Ralph Johnson Bunche: 

Dr. Ralph Johnson Bunche “Commemorating The Man, The Institution, The Great Example of Our Time” 2003 – 2004 The University of the West Indies (Mona)

Ralph Bunche not long after his birth in Detroit. : 

Ralph Bunche not long after his birth in Detroit.

Ralph Bunche at 5 years old, 1910 in Detroit.: 

Ralph Bunche at 5 years old, 1910 in Detroit.

Ralph Bunche Portrait, 1949: 

Ralph Bunche Portrait, 1949

The Bunche’s: 

The Bunche’s

Dr. Ralph Bunche in 1959 : 

Dr. Ralph Bunche in 1959

Mrs. Ralph Bunche was in Detroit in 1972 for the unveiling of a historical placque marking the birthplace of her late husband on Detroit's lower east side. : 

Mrs. Ralph Bunche was in Detroit in 1972 for the unveiling of a historical placque marking the birthplace of her late husband on Detroit's lower east side.

Bunche's two daughters, Joan, left, and Jane, students at Westtown School in Westtown, Pa., in 1949. : 

Bunche's two daughters, Joan, left, and Jane, students at Westtown School in Westtown, Pa., in 1949.

Despite his world status, Bunche and his family were not immune to racial bigotry. In 1959, Bunche and his son, Ralph Jr. were told by the president of New York's West Side Tennis Club that they could not join the club because it did not accept Negroes or Jews as members. : 

Despite his world status, Bunche and his family were not immune to racial bigotry. In 1959, Bunche and his son, Ralph Jr. were told by the president of New York's West Side Tennis Club that they could not join the club because it did not accept Negroes or Jews as members.

Ralph Johnson Bunche: 

Ralph Johnson Bunche

Ralph Bunche and Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, act as jurors to select the most acceptable color for the first anthropologically correct black doll in New York in 1951. : 

Ralph Bunche and Eleanor Roosevelt, widow of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, act as jurors to select the most acceptable color for the first anthropologically correct black doll in New York in 1951.

Bunche was an outstanding athlete at UCLA, playing basketball, football and baseball. : 

Bunche was an outstanding athlete at UCLA, playing basketball, football and baseball.

Bunche, right, at a table with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Adlai Stevenson and Mrs. Rudolph Bing, wife of the Metropolitan Opera's general manager, at the opening of the Met's 79th season in 1963. : 

Bunche, right, at a table with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Adlai Stevenson and Mrs. Rudolph Bing, wife of the Metropolitan Opera's general manager, at the opening of the Met's 79th season in 1963.

Dr. Ralph J. Bunche in his UN office, 1956 : 

Dr. Ralph J. Bunche in his UN office, 1956

Dr. Ralph Bunche, left, and UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold confer in Leopoldville, the Congo, in 1960. Bunche was trying to pave the way for UN troops to enter the breakaway province of Katanga during the Congo Republic's bloody civil war. : 

Dr. Ralph Bunche, left, and UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold confer in Leopoldville, the Congo, in 1960. Bunche was trying to pave the way for UN troops to enter the breakaway province of Katanga during the Congo Republic's bloody civil war.

Ralph Bunche chairing the signing of the Egyptian-Israeli Armistice Agreement in Rhodes, Hotel des Roses, Island of Rhodes, 24 February 1949 : 

Ralph Bunche chairing the signing of the Egyptian-Israeli Armistice Agreement in Rhodes, Hotel des Roses, Island of Rhodes, 24 February 1949

Ralph Bunche Acting U.N. Mediator for Palestine Palais de Chaillot, Paris, 19 Oct. 1948 : 

Ralph Bunche Acting U.N. Mediator for Palestine Palais de Chaillot, Paris, 19 Oct. 1948

Ralph Bunche and Mrs. Roosevelt, 1949 : 

Ralph Bunche and Mrs. Roosevelt, 1949

Dr. Martin Luther King, Mrs. King, and Dr. Ralph Bunche at the UN headquartersUnited Nations, NY, 4 December 1964 : 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Mrs. King, and Dr. Ralph Bunche at the UN headquartersUnited Nations, NY, 4 December 1964

Ralph Bunche, Principal Director of the Division of Trusteeship and Mr. Japhet Kirito, member of the Wa-Meru Tribe from Central African Trust Territory.United Nations NY 21 July 1952 : 

Ralph Bunche, Principal Director of the Division of Trusteeship and Mr. Japhet Kirito, member of the Wa-Meru Tribe from Central African Trust Territory.United Nations NY 21 July 1952

Decolonization : 

Decolonization

Ralph Bunche with members of his staff of the Africa Research Section of OSS (1944) : 

Ralph Bunche with members of his staff of the Africa Research Section of OSS (1944)

The Ralph Bunche Poster: 

The Ralph Bunche Poster

Ralph Bunche: a peacemaker in war laden times: 

Ralph Bunche: a peacemaker in war laden times

Ralph Bunche on the March from Selma to Mongomery : 

Ralph Bunche on the March from Selma to Mongomery

Ralph Bunche and President John F. Kennedy, 1964 : 

Ralph Bunche and President John F. Kennedy, 1964

Ralph Bunche Peace Mediator : 

Ralph Bunche Peace Mediator

The Ralph Bunche Centenary Stamp (United Nations): 

The Ralph Bunche Centenary Stamp (United Nations)

Ralph Bunche with President Lyndon B. Johnson and Secretary General U. Thant : 

Ralph Bunche with President Lyndon B. Johnson and Secretary General U. Thant

Ralph Bunche standing in front of the UN : 

Ralph Bunche standing in front of the UN

Ralph Bunche Portrait : 

Ralph Bunche Portrait

Boarding the UN Mediator's airplane with Count Folk Bernadotte : 

Boarding the UN Mediator's airplane with Count Folk Bernadotte

The words of U Thant describing Ralph Bunche: 

The words of U Thant describing Ralph Bunche

A Reflective Bunche (UCLA): 

A Reflective Bunche (UCLA)

A portrait of Ralph Bunche, May 1959 : 

A portrait of Ralph Bunche, May 1959

Ralph Bunche the Boy, Ralph Bunche the Man: 

Ralph Bunche the Boy, Ralph Bunche the Man

Ralph Bunche: the Civil Rights Activist: 

Ralph Bunche: the Civil Rights Activist

Nobel Peace Prize Oslo, Norway December 10, 1950 : 

Nobel Peace Prize Oslo, Norway December 10, 1950

Ralph Bunche Nobel Certificate : 

Ralph Bunche Nobel Certificate

Acceptance Speech at Nobel Presentation Ceremony Oslo, Norway December 10, 1950 : 

Acceptance Speech at Nobel Presentation Ceremony Oslo, Norway December 10, 1950

Ralph Bunche recalls: 

Ralph Bunche recalls

The End: 

The End “However, his Legacy lives on.”

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