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Poverty – The Stirrings of Gordon Parks’ Work of Art

Gordor Parks - Photographer Gordon Parks - Younger

Gordon Parks was our first African-American Film Director.  He directed Shaft in 1971.  In 1969 he wrote The Learning Tree, his autobiography, which he transformed into a movie.  He also composed music, and was a civil rights activist.  Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks was 93 when he died on March 7, 2006.

Gordon Parks - Director Gordon Parks - Aged

Please visit http://ezinearticles.com/?Poverty—The-Stirrings-of-Gordon-Parks-Work-of-Art&id=8039797 to see my latest article entitled “Poverty – The Stirrings of Gordon Parks’ Work of Art.” Below the article is a link to Gordon Parks’ black and white photographs he created for Life Magazine many years ago.  These black and white photographs will make the discomforts of our lives seem frivolous.

Donna B. Comeaux
Freelance Writer, Poet, Author
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