Update: conversation on race, diversity, and photography

There have been two prevailing attitudes toward the proposed conference/symposium dealing with issues of race and diversity in photography:

a) That it is absolutely necessary & b) It is a terrifying prospect.

The first point speaks for itself, and the second point becomes clear when one considers the kerfuffles, misunderstanding and (dare I say it) vitriol that has accompanied much online discussion.” –Prison Photography

Following up on earlier talk of a conference on race and photography, Pete Brook has spearheaded the effort to create an online symposium covering the subject, and the momentum is building. A great mix of potential contributors have already responded positively to the idea, and the work behind the scenes is moving quickly. Read about what we have up our sleeves over at Prison Photography. And get involved!

One Response to “Update: conversation on race, diversity, and photography”

  1. Pete Brook

    What Scott is modestly keeping from you readers is that he is spearheading the website gymnastics needed to get this project up and running. Thanks for all your background isometric-bar coding Scott!

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