A group of African American photographers discuss their profession and the stories behind some of their photographs.
In an evening discussion titled "Visually Speaking: Contemporary Photojournalism in America," panelists examine the current state of photojournalism. According to the event organizers, this topic is presented "through the lens of photographers and image makers of the African Diaspora."
Speakers include Pulitzer Prize Winners Ozier Muhammad and Michelle Agins, both of whom work for the New York Times.They are joined by renowned photographers Marilyn Nance, James McGrath and Terrence Jennings.
The event was sponsored by the New York Public Library and held at the Schomberg Center Langston Hughes Auditorium in Harlem, New York City.