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Visions of blackness: New York’s photography pioneers – in pictures

In 1963, Louis Draper set up a group of African American photographers dedicated to documenting black experiences. It was called the Kamoinge Workshop, meaning ‘people working together’. Now the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts have gathered 180 pictures from its first 20 years

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