Center for Cultural Fluency
Fowler Museum at UCLA- 308 Charles E. Young Drive North Los Angeles, CA 90095
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Description: Ernest Cole (1940–90), one of South Africa’s first black photojournalists, passionately pursued his mission to tell the world what it was like to be black under apartheid. With imaginative daring, courage and compassion, he portrayed the lives of black people as they negotiated through apartheid’s racist laws and oppression. The images in this exhibit communicate the corrosive effects of South Africa’s apartheid system.