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"This is a sophisticated study, well above the useful level for public libraries….It is a compelling work unlike anything else presently offered in the field's scholarship."
"Examines the role photography played in three social movements--anti-lynching, civil rights and black power. . . . by, for example, challenging demeaning representations of black Americans as ignorant or unfit for citizenship."
-The Chronicle of Higher Education
"[Raiford] convincingly shows that framing the movement through photography was as important and effective as boycotts, marches, and sit-ins in waging the struggle against white supremacy."
-Journal of Southern History