Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement


In the summer of 1962, Danny Lyon packed a Nikon Reflex and an old Leica in an army bag and hitchhiked south. Within a week he was in jail in Albany, Georgia, looking through the bars at another prisoner, Martin Luther King Jr. Lyon soon became the first staff photographer for the Atlanta-based Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), which already had a reputation as one of the most committed and confrontational groups fighting for civil rights.
Réédition du livre publié en 1992 par the University of North Carolina Press ; préface de Julian Bond, photos en noir et blanc.

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ISBN 13 9781931885881




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Poids 1500 g
Reliure Relié
Langues anglais