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Berger Featured in New York Time's Lens Blog

Maurice Berger, Chief Curator of the CADVC, has written his third essay for “Race Stories,” an ongoing series for the New York Times Lens Blog. The essay focuses on Ken Gonzales-Day’s important "Lynchings in the West Project."

Read the full article here:
"Lynchings in the West, Erased From History and Photos"

The previous two entries in the “Race Stories” series are also available on the Lens Blog:
"A Radically Prosaic Approach to Civil Rights Images"
"Malcolm X as a Visual Strategist"

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