Photographer Benedict J. Fernandez dedicated his entire career to capturing the tumultuous happenings of the 1960s, specifically the Civil Rights Movement. 

Over at the Bronx Documentary Center, an exhibition titled “The ’60s: Decade of Change” displays some of Fernandez’s most impressive work, and is well worth a visit.

A Photographer’s First Hand View of the 1960s

via Slate

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