JUSTICE: Faces of the Human Rights Revolution by Mariana Cook, with an introduction by Anthony Lewis, is a photographic and humanitarian masterpiece. The book features 99 duotone fine art, black-and-white photographic portraits of human rights activists from around the world, paired with brief biographies and first-person narratives about what compels them to fight. Justice includes such noted figures as President Jimmy Carter, Aung San Suu Kyi, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Kofi Annan, and Richard Goldstone, and encompasses numerous countries and causes, such as the struggle for civil rights in South Africa, the documentation of war atrocities in Serbia, and the championing of women’s rights in Zimbabwe
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