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The Live with… Series continues with artists Mark Peterson and Brian Palmer who will share their experiences photographing the Black Lives Matter protests in Richmond, Virginia. They’ll discuss using photography for social justice during a conversation with Seth Feman, PhD, the Deputy Director for Art & Interpretation and Curator of Photography. Peterson’s work has been featured in several notable publications, including New York Times Magazine, Fortune, Time, and Newsweek. Palmer, a Peabody Award-winning journalist, served as a CNN correspondent and a Beijing bureau chief for U.S. News & World Report before turning to a career as a freelance journalist in 2002.
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