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Gordon Parks, 1953

Small boy helping himself to milk, as other bottles delivered to family on every other day basis is waiting to be taken inside 1953 GordonParks

Gordon Parks, A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006,

Gordon Parks, A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, he left behind a body of work that documents many of the most important aspects of American culture from the early up until his death in

Audrey Hepburn is sitting on the sea sand with the fuchsia color dress and hat. The pastel color creates vintage mood.

Bathing Beauty, 1958 Photographer Gordon Parks We’ve all heard the siren call of fashion in our lives, but oh, the lucky ones who could answ.

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

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An African-American orders ice cream from the colored entrance of a store. Parks also directed a film version of his auto-biographical novel The Learning Tree in 1969, about a boy growing up in Kansas in the 1920s

Gordon Parks stunning photos of life in 1950s Alabama

Until March a series of Gordon Park’s photographs will be on display in the exhibition “Segregation Story”.

"The invisible man, Harlem." 1948. Gordon Parks. The way that I interpret this photo is during the time when slaves were "hated". This picture looks like a black man is trying to run to safer place, without being caught. It probably links to the underground railroad too. Human beings should not have to hide from the world. The world is meant for everyone, not just for specific race. The black and white makes the message stronger because it is a deep photo about how the world is black and…

The Invisible Man, Harlem, New York, Gelatin silver print © The Gordon Parks Foundation. I want to be able to tell a story in my photographs like the way that Gordon tells stories

Segregation era Alabama, c. 1956: Photo exhibition of Gordon Parks' portraits at the Schomburg Center of the NY Public Library

A Radically Prosaic Approach to Civil Rights Images

Segregation era Alabama, c. Photo exhibition of Gordon Parks' portraits at the Schomburg Center of the NY Public Library

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