"This book of photographs, interviews, and biographies pays homage to nine activist photographers associated with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee who advanced the US civil rights cause by documenting movement actions and backlashes. The photographs poignantly and brilliantly capture key events in the southern movement in the 1960s—protests, memorials for murdered activists and innocent children, exuberant songfests, marches, and bloody encounters…. A must read. Summing Up: Essential." —CHOICE
Leslie G. Kelen, Salt Lake City, Utah, is executive director of the Center for Documentary Arts. He is the author of several books, including Faces and Voices of Refugee Youth; Streaked with Light and Shadow: Portraits of Former Soviet Jews in Utah; and Missing Stories: An Oral History of Ethnic and Minority Groups in Utah.
Julian Bond, Washington, D.C., was chairman of the NAACP from 1998 to 2010 and was SNCC's communications director.
Clayborne Carson, Palo Alto, California, is professor of history and founding director of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute at Stanford University. He is also the author of In Struggle: SNCC and the Black Awakening of the 1960s.
Matt Herron, San Rafael, California, is an activist photographer and owner and director of Take Stock, an organization licensing the use of movement images for scholars and the media.
Charles E. Cobb, Jr., is a SNCC veteran and author of On the Road to Freedom: A Guided Tour of the Civil Rights Trail.