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Manzanillo, Costa Rica
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From our “Brain Matters” series, a story about how music helps in the development of the human brain.
GORDON PARKS’ 1950S PHOTO ESSAY ON CIVIL RIGHTS-ERA AMERICA IS AS RELEVANT AS EVER
An exhibition of Parks’ rare color photographs, entitled “Gordon Parks: Segregation Story,” will go on view this fall at The High Museum of Art in Atlanta. The photos capture a particularly disturbing moment in American history, captured via the lives of an African American family, the Thorntons, living under Jim Crow segregation in 1950s Alabama. See all of the photos here.
By Osman Topçu
Class assembled in front of a thatched one-room school building, 1890s, State Archives of Florida
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