Why We Document The In-Between Moments of Life in America

We have to remember that what we are doing with this project has long-term goals.  And to appreciate what it can become, we have to look to the past.

Here’s an article from Ronny Salerno on how FSA Photography changed the world, and why we need a similar view of America today.

“In the middle of President Roosevelt’s “New Deal,” a group was assembled to fight the effects of poverty among rural areas of the United States during the Great Depression. However, the Farm Security Administration isn’t remembered for its rehabilitation efforts so much as its photographs and the team who captured them. Their work not only defined modern photojournalism and painted a picture of the Great Depression, but changed the world.”

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