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Between the years of 1936 and 1951 America began to look inward. Poverty, racism, hunger and injustice prowled the streets. New portable cameras became a radical tool for awareness.
The New York Photo League, a group of New York photographers joined together with the intention of exposing social issues through their images.
James Thurber, Columbus’ most noted son, lived in a number of houses and he wrote about all of them
“Our hearts are broken,” President Obama told the nation today as the awful news emerged. Police say they found 18 children and six adults dead at the scene. Two other children died later. The gunman’s body was also found at the school.
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