Documentaries. “Through a Lens Darkly”. The History of African-American Photography.

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“Harris traces the history of the representation of black people in American culture from the very beginnings of photography to the present, culling more than 15,000 images and 52 interviews with some of the most important living African American photo historians and photographers, including Deborah Willis, Lorna Simpson, Carrie Mae Weems, Anthony Barboza, Hank Willis-Thomas, Glenn Ligon, and Hugh Bell.”

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