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The Enduring Legacy of Gordon Parks

Travel down memory lane with one of the greatest photographers of all time

Photo from Gordon Parks’ exhibit “Hope in the Wilderness.”

In photographer Gordon Parks’ 1971 book Born Black, members of the Black Panther Party pose at their headquarters in Berkley, California; the Fontenelle family battles poverty; and men from the Fruit of Islam run drills with…

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