During the years 1960/70, Stephen Shames was the loyal chronicler of the “Black Panther Party”, the African-American emancipation movement that invented some radical forms of opposition. Faithful companion on the movement’s path, during seven years Stephen Shames produced images that retrace the daily lives of a people on the move [...]
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