"Broadens view of the civil rights movement as taking place only in the South during the 1960s with over 100 photographs from the North, Midwest, and West taken between 1938 and 1970, and with historical context of the black freedom struggle into the 21st century. Includes timeline with geographical locations"--Provided by publisher.
Foreword / Timothy Potts -- Preface / Deborah Willis -- Introduction: picturing the struggle for civil rights outside the south -- Northern underexposure -- The battle for self-representation -- Black power and beyond -- Surveillance and repression -- Epilogue: civil rights photography, then and now
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