Down on the Farm
Photographer John Francis Ficara chronicles the plight of black family farmers.
Once a way of life and source of pride for many, the independent black farm is quickly vanishing. That is the story behind
Distant Echoes Black Farmers in America, a travelling photography exhibition on display at Chicagos DuSable Museum of African
The exhibition features the work of photographer John Ficara. Ficara developed his eye as a photojournalist with Newsweek
magazine, where he spent 24 years covering the White House and travelling the globe.
The work of photographer Paul Clark is rooted in suburban community gardens but his photos are anything but garden variety.
Some people like to chase the blues away. But for more than a decade, photographer James Fraher has been chasing after the