We are reminded frequently of the power of photographs to propel action and inspire change. During demonstrations photographers take to the streets to record fast-moving events. At other times they bear witness to daily injustices, helping to make them more widely known. This exhibition of images made during periods of social struggle in the United States highlights the myriad roles protest photographs play in shaping our understanding of American life.
Leonard Freed Foreword by Julian Bond Introduction by Michael Eric Dyson Afterword by Paul Farber
Mark Speltz With a preface by Deborah Willis
Radical Archive: Preserving Protest Ephemera
A Shared Past in an Unfolding Present: A Conversation with An-My Lê
Documenting Dissent: L.A. Artists' Protest Photography