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Stills of the Movement: The Civil Rights Photojournalism of Flip Schulke (2009)
"Stills of the Movement" (original title)

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Dr. Martin Luther King understood well the importance of documenting the Civil Rights Movement. There was one photojournalist that he trusted above all others. This film documents the civil... See full summary »

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Myrlie Evers ...
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C.T. Vivian ...
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Dr. Martin Luther King understood well the importance of documenting the Civil Rights Movement. There was one photojournalist that he trusted above all others. This film documents the civil rights-era photography of one of the most prolific photojournalists of the 20th century - Flip Schulke. Written by Anonymous

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