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“Una mujer y su perro en Harlem, Nueva York, Obra de Gordon Parks Library of Congress. /// “A Woman and Her Dog in Harlem New York Work by Gordon Parks Library of Congress.

Harlem by Gordan Parks

Gordon Parks, the Fontanelle Family Documentary when he was working for LIFE.

Gordon Parks was only a teenager when he left his hometown of Fort Scott, Kansas. The youngest of 15, Parks chose to make a living for himself after his mother passed away, and wound up becoming the first African American photographer for Life Magazi...

Gordon Parks' Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 1950s Segregation

New Book: Back to Fort Scott : Gordon Parks / Karen Haas, with contributions by Isabel Wilkerson and Peter W.

Gordon Parks was an American photographer, musician, writer and film director. He is best remembered for his photographic essays for Life magazine and as the director of the 1971 film, Shaft. Wikipedia

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Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks American photographer, musician, writer and film director. His work ranged from celebrity and political portraiture, freelance fashion photography for Vogue, photographic essays for Life magazine and directing the 1971 film "Shaft"

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Gordon Parks' D.C. Photography From 1940s Shows Black And White Realities In Nation's Capital

PHOTOS: Gordon Parks' 1940s Work Shows Black And White Reality

Neighborhood children, November, 1942 by Gordon Parks

"People in millenniums ahead will know what we were like in the 1930's and the thing that, the important major things that shaped our history at that time. This is as important for historic reasons as any other."  ~Mr. Gordon Parks


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Gordan Parks- interracial camps of the 1940s.

Big picture: interracial children’s camps, by Gordon Parks – in pictures

Interracial activities at Camp Nathan Hale, where children are aided by the Methodist Camp Service. First aid, 1943

Malcolm X by Gordon Parks - one of the figures of twentieth century photography. Gordon Parks left behind a body of work that documents many important aspects of American culture from the early 1940s up until his death in 2006, with a focus on race relations, poverty, Civil Rights, and urban life. In addition, Parks was also a celebrated composer, author, and filmmaker who interacted with many of the most prominent people of his era—from politicians and artists to celebrities and athletes.

Malcolm X holding up Black Muslim Newspaper, Harlem, NY 1963 (Gordon Parks)

‘A Long Hungry Look’: Forgotten Gordon Parks Photos .Mazel Morgan on the south side of Chicago. she told Parks" " I've felt dead so long that i don't figure suicide is worthwhile anymore."

‘A Long Hungry Look’: Forgotten Gordon Parks Photos Document Segregation

Tenement Dwellers, Chicago, Illinois, Woman in polka dot dress, looking out window. Shirtless man smoking cigarette in bed. Gordon Parks' Never-Before-Seen Photos Of Segregation

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Eartha Kitt photographed by Gordon Parks - IndémaudableIndémaudable

© Gordon Parks, Aug. 1942, Woman Caring For Children

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Gordon Parks Famous Quotes | Gordon Parks – Inspiration from Masters of Photography

Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks was an American Photographer who was a multifaceted individual making his reign over photography, music, literature a