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Civil Rights Photographer's Documentary

Patricia Sullivan

In some stories, you have more material than you know what to do with. That was the case yesterday as I worked on an obituary for legendary photographer Charles Moore, who shot the civil rights movement from 1958 to 1965 in his native South.

Luckily, a filmmaker made a 30-minute documentary, "I Fight With My Camera," in which Moore tells some of his great stories and many of his photos are shown. This film was shown on PBS, I'm told, but I missed it. It's incredibly moving and worth your time.

By Patricia Sullivan  |  March 16, 2010; 2:25 PM ET
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