Which Side Are You On? 

Another look at civil rights photographer Ernest Withers’ relationship with the F.B.I

"Which side are you on?" was the piercing, distinguishing question of the civil rights movement. And I never doubted the answer of my friend and collaborator, the great African-American photographer, Ernest Withers. Friends with Dr. Martin Luther King, Medgar Evers, and other…

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