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Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison, Artistic Giants of Postwar Harlem

Masters of their fields, the photographer Gordon Parks and the writer Ralph Ellison bonded over a shared vision of using their creative talents to address racial injustice.

That commitment led to the powerful, enduring 1952 photo essay “A Man Becomes Invisible.”

Source: Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison, Artistic Giants of Postwar Harlem – The New York Times

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