Segregation Portfolio revisits Gordon Parks photographs 

A half century later, Gordon Parks 1956 segregation series still speaks volumes

In Gordon Parks' posthumous memoir, A Hungry Heart, the celebrated artist best known for his filmmaking and photography dedicates a chapter to the harrowing trip he took to document segregation in the Deep South for Life magazine in 1956. While scouting African-American…

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