vintageblackglamour: Coretta Scott King and her daughter, Yolanda, photographed by Moneta Sleet for EBONY in Moneta Sleet was the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who took the famous shot of Mrs. King with her daughter Bernice at Dr. King’s funeral in
Irving Penn, who died on Wednesday aged 92, transformed fashion in the decade after 1945 with images that were charged with a glamour and appeal hitherto reserved for Hollywood; soon he was in demand to capture on film the world’s most famous people, setting standards in the process to which photographers still aspire.
Malcolm X & Maya Angelou -Ghana his own words, «…I flew on to Accra, Ghana. I think that nowhere is the black continent’s wealth and the natural beauty of its people richer than in Ghana, which is so proudly the very fountainhead of Pan-Africanism.
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