Photographic Justice: The Corky Lee Story

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Photographic Justice: The Corky Lee Story

Using his camera as a “weapon against injustice,” Chinese-American photographer Corky Lee brought art and politics together through his decades-long documentation of the Asian American experience. The Queens, New York native captured all aspects of the AAPI experience, from Lunar New Year to street protests, from Pakistani Independence Day to Diwali and more, uplifting his audience with striking images and empowering generations cultural pride. Armed with 19 years of footage of Corky in action, director Jennifer Takaki honors this unsung hometown hero in this beautiful tribute.
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Genre
Documentary, Asian Pacific Islander Experience, Photography
Runtime
87
Language
English
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