A new exhibition celebrates one of the most pioneering photographers to have lived, whose work captured the complex realities for Black Americans between the ’40s and ’70s.
A new book considers the crucial role of photography as a weapon in the fight for freedom and justice.
At the height of the Black Power movement, National Educational Television launched Black Journal, a groundbreaking show that allowed Black Americans to tell their own stories.
Photographer Stephen Shames documented the Black Panther Party over seven years, creating the definitive record of America’s Black nationalist movement.
Over seven years, photographer Stephen Shames created the definitive visual record of the Black Panther Party, from their political organising to free food programmes.
Danny Lyon pioneered a new form of photojournalism in the 1960s, getting deep with his subjects and seeing the world through their eyes: in prisons, biker gangs and in the Civil Rights Movement.