Text from various historical sources. Photographs by Clifton Meador
Purchase, New York: Center for Editions | 1996 | Unpaged | Numerous black-and-white and color illustrations | 5.5 x 8.25 inches
This novel-like photographic artists' book chronicles every mile of the route taken by the famous Civil Rights March from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. Primary textual sources ranging from slave accounts to slavery apologists are interwoven throughout the dense images.
The history of the struggle is still with us; the past isn't even past yet. --the author