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JACOB HOLDT: “American Pictures: A Foreigner’s Perspective on Social Injustice in the United States”

Documentary Photog Lewis Hine, who was best known for his use of photography as a means to achieve social reform, was first a teacher of botany and nature studies at the Ethical Culture School in New York. It was while he was teaching that he was given a camera by the head of the school. In his hand, the camera became a powerful means of recording social injustice and labor abuses.

Documentary Photog Lewis Hine, who was best known for his use of photography as a means to achieve social reform, was first a teacher of botany and nature studies at the Ethical Culture School in New York. It was while he was teaching that he was given a camera by the head of the school. In his hand, the camera became a powerful means of recording social injustice and labor abuses.

Social injustice is when people in the world are treated in inhumane/unfair ways and don’t have the resources (food, clothing, shelter) and opportunities (political freedoms, work opportunities, etc.) that they should.

Photo by Paolo Marchetti - FotoEvidence - Documenting Social Injustice Maria, seven years old, holds flowers that she just found in rubbish. In the Chureca landfill, Managua, Nicaragua, May 2011

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