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July 1, 2010

Bomb Magazine Selects FATWTS for its "2010 Summer Road Trip Map"

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BOMB, the esteemed literary and arts magazine, selects For All the World to See at the International Center of Photography as one of the 18 stops on its national U.S. "2010 Summer Road Trip Map."

> Read the Map (We're Number 8)

July 2, 2010

FATWTS: An Exhibition That Will "Never Be Forgotten"

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The blog of the African American Cultures and Literatures Institute proclaims For All the World to See a "unique real-life space in history [that] will never be forgotten. [It] reminds us not only of how far we have come, but how far we still have to go."

> Read the full review.

July 4, 2010

National Association for Media Literacy Education Recommends FATWTS

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The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) recommends For All the World to See at the International Center of Photography in New York City. NAMLE's mission is to improve and expand the practice of media literacy education in the United States.

> Read the Recommendation

National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce recommends FATWTS for its 2010 NYC Summer Getaway

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The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce recommends For All the World To See at the International Center of Photography as an exhibition to visit on its 2010 New York City Summer Getaway.

> Read About FATWTS on the NGLCC website

July 10, 2010

OXFORD AMERICAN Reviews FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE

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The Oxford American: The Southern Magazine of Good Writing reviews For All the World to See in its "Southern Girl" blog.

> Read "Image is Everything" in the Oxford American

July 26, 2010

FATWTS Reviewed By THE NEW YORKER

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Read Vince Aletti's excellent short-form review of For All the World to See in this week's print edition of The New Yorker:

INTERNATIONAL CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY
1133 Sixth Ave., at 43rd St. (212-857-0000)—“For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights.” Taking his cue from Gordon Parks, the curator Maurice Berger has organized a shrewd, sophisticated show that posits the camera—and the proliferation of black images in pop culture—as a crucial “weapon” in shaping public opinion and motivating change in America before and during the civil-rights era. His evidence is rich and varied, including film clips of Paul Robeson, Amos ’n’ Andy, the March on Washington, Malcolm X, and the Supremes, as well as a wide array of printed matter, from copies of Ebony, Jet, and Sepia to a poster for “Shaft.” The murder of fourteen-year-old Emmett Till, in 1955, and the publication of pictures of his mutilated corpse, is the exhibition’s terrible turning point. In what Berger calls the movement’s “epic battle against invisibility,” every image counts. Through Sept. 12.


> Read The New Yorker Review

July 30, 2010

FATWTS on NPR WEEKEND EDITION

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Listen to For All the World to See is on National Public Radio! Margot Adler's NPR profile of the exhibition on Weekend Edition Sunday is an exemplary piece of journalism: concise, incisive, and filled with nuance. The show aired nationally on 1 August 2010.

> Listen to For All the World to See on NPR's Weekend Edition.

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