A Long Journey Home

Sloan, Lester
September 2005
Nieman Reports;Fall2005, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p111
Presents an article about the author's experience as a photojournalist under the project called Voices of Civil Rights. Objective of the project; His memories of his childhood in the South; Encounter with several individuals who are active in the civil rights movements.


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