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Captured the Moment (Civil Rights Photographs) #715412

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 28, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The works of photographer Ernest Withers†, who took pictures of the civil rights struggles, presented; many photos shown. [Panopticon Gallery director Tony DECANEAS†- comments on the images of Dr. Martin Luther King when he was arrested; explains Ernest's courage in taking his pictures; talks about his pictures of the music scene in Memphis & the Negro baseball leagues.] [WITHERS - recounts events of the civil rights era; talks about "making pictures."] [National Civil Rights Museum executive director Beverly ROBERTSON†- praises Withers' body of work on the movement.] [Pediatrician Dr. Renee JONES†- notes the lessons in coming this far.] Note: originally aired on 10/01/02.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:04:30

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