Road through midnight : a civil rights memorial /

"In this book, Jessica Ingram presents photographs of landscapes that, to unaware passersby, look like nearly any other place in the Deep South: a fenced-in backyard, a dirt road covered with overgrowth, a field grooved with muddy tire prints. However, these seemingly ordinary places hold pivot...

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Author / Creator: Ingram, Jessica (Author)
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press : in association with the Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University, 2020.
Series:Documentary arts and culture.
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