Contemporary Photojournalism in America
A panel of African-American photojournalists discussed their profession and the stories behind some of their photographs. The panel… read more
A panel of African-American photojournalists discussed their profession and the stories behind some of their photographs. The panel included Pulitzer Prize-winners Ozier Muhammad and Michelle Agins, both of whom work for the New York Times. Grace Aneiza Ali moderated.
“Contemporary Photojournalism in America” was the initial event in the “Visually Speaking” series at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture at the New York Public Library. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Agins, Michelle Photographer New York Times
- Ali, Grace Aneiza Founder and Editorial Director Of Note
- Jennings, Terrence Photographer
- McGrath, James Editor Polaris Images->News and Assignment
- Muhammad, Ozier Photographer New York Times
- Nance, Marilyn Photographer
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