But veteran activist and community journalist Philip Deitch caught up with five of the six candidates immediately following the forum asking them to send a message to the LGBTQIA+ community (Interim Police Chief Lawrence O'Toole, also a candidate, had left the event before he could answer.) Check it out:
Husband and Wife, Sunday Morning, Detroit, Michigan, 1950 Gordon Parks' Never-Before-Seen Photos Of Segregation
African American couple in Detroit Michigan 1950
Gordon Parks returned to his hometown in southeastern Kansas in the spring of 1950 to make the series of photographs that would accompany an article for Life magazine meant to center on the issue of segregated schools and their impact on black children.
Gordon Parks was only a teenager when he left his hometown of Fort Scott, Kansas. The youngest of Parks chose to make a living for himself after his mother passed away, and wound up becoming the first African American photographer for Life Magazine.
Gordon Parks Never-Before-Seen Photos Of 1950s Segregation. Husband and Wife, Sunday Morning, Detroit, Michigan, 1950
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