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Gordon Parks photo esssay  featured in Life Magazine in 1956 showing the African American experience in 1950's Alabama and the racial tension in the U.S. Gordon Parks collection will be exhibited this fall at The High Museum of Art in Atlanta -

Gordon Parks photo esssay featured in Life Magazine in 1956 showing the African American experience in 1950's Alabama and the racial tension in the U.S. Gordon Parks collection will be exhibited this fall at The High Museum of Art in Atlanta -

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Gordon Parks: "A Harlem Family," Life Magazine, 1968:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Gordon Parks: "A Harlem Family," Life Magazine, 1968:

little rock nine | Daisy Bates and The Little Rock Nine

Daisy Bates and The Little Rock Nine

little rock nine | Daisy Bates and The Little Rock Nine

Revisiting Gordon Parks’ Classic Photo Essay, ‘Harlem Gang Leader’ | LIFE.com

Revisiting Gordon Parks’ Classic Photo Essay, ‘Harlem Gang Leader’ | LIFE.com

Creek Indian History Alabama | The History of the Butterfly, Part 121: Successful Indian Removal

The History of the Butterfly, Part 121: Successful Indian Removal

Creek Indian History Alabama | The History of the Butterfly, Part 121: Successful Indian Removal

Leontyne Price  (born 1927)  by Bradley Phillips (1929-1991).Regardless of their talents, African American singers were for years generally barred from performing with this country's more prestigious opera companies. In 1952, when audiences experienced the rich voice of Mississippi-born soprano Leontyne Price in a revival of Porgy and Bess, it became clear that this long-standing barrier would soon be breached.

Leontyne Price (born 1927) by Bradley Phillips (1929-1991).Regardless of their talents, African American singers were for years generally barred from performing with this country's more prestigious opera companies. In 1952, when audiences experienced the rich voice of Mississippi-born soprano Leontyne Price in a revival of Porgy and Bess, it became clear that this long-standing barrier would soon be breached.

Photo by Gordon Parks - Outside Looking In, Mobile, Alabama, 1956 @ The Gordon Parks Foundation

Photo by Gordon Parks - Outside Looking In, Mobile, Alabama, 1956 @ The Gordon Parks Foundation

The photos were originally shot on assignment for the September 1956 Life magazine photo-essay The Restraints: Open and Hidden

Gordon Parks stunning photos of life in 1950s Alabama

The photos were originally shot on assignment for the September 1956 Life magazine photo-essay The Restraints: Open and Hidden

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