Award-winning photographer Yukari Chikura, born in Tokyo, photographed ‘Zaido’ a traditional Japanese ritual going back over 1300 years. Her sincere respect for those who keep this valuable tradition is shown in her moving images. Wendell A. White’s project, Manifest, is an effort to seek out the cultural artifacts of the American concept and representation of race. The histories of slavery, abolition, segregation, the U.S. Civil War, and the Civil Rights Era are a few of the narratives that emerge in these photographs. Byrd Williams’ IV family has been taking photographs for four generations.
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