“Struggle for Justice: Four Decades of Civil Rights Photography,” is an exhibition which features nearly 60 photographs taken between the 1930s and 1970s that show the flashpoints of the civil rights movement. The exhibit begins on Nov. 10, 2017 at The Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas.
Still River Editions' Master Printmaker Mark Savoia made the archival prints for the exhibition.
The exhibition features images from the Briscoe Center’s vast photojournalism collections that provide compelling visual evidence of the struggles, and achievements of the civil rights movement—from Jim Crow to Black Power. Spanning four decades, the exhibition will include images by Spider Martin, Flip Schulke, and Charles Moore, as well as others whose work captured the struggle for civil rights.
The Briscoe Center is located at Sid Richardson Hall, Unit 2 on the east side of The University of Texas at Austin campus, 2300 Red River St, Austin, Texas.