Documenting a Civil Rights Movement through Photography
Photographer Johnny Silvercloud shares what it’s like to capture the Black Lives Movement and why documenting Civil Rights history in images is crucial.
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My name is Johnny Silvercloud, and I’m a documentary and street photographer based in Washington, D.C in America. I use my camera to document what I see, often on the subjects of racism, sexism, and fascism. In this blog post I’m going to discuss the importance of documenting the Black Civil Rights Movement through photography, and how fellow photographers can capture…
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