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Chapter 13 traces a shift in black photographic image making and in the representation of black masculinity in documentary and avant-garde photography.

This chapter is the preface to Stuart Hall and Mark Sealy’s book Different, which represents a sample of the photographic images by artists who are culturally or geographically marginalized from the centers of power and authority.

Chapter 15 thinks about the importance and significance of Dennis Morris’s photography, which offers an eloquent portrait of the black diaspora and the experiences of being black in the 1970s.

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