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Holy: An Exhibition by Sanneh

“Eve in Brooklyn.” Photo by Sanneh Visual arts senior Sanneh presents an exhibition of photographs exploring black subjects through the lens of religion, reverence, and respect. Open Friday 10 AM-8:30 PM in the Hurley Gallery, Lewis Arts complex, from March…

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Mercer County Creating Collage With Residents’ Pictures

The county is looking for images that illustrate area heritage, economic vibrancy and cultural diversity from the community. By Anthony Bellano, Mercer County residents are invited to submit their digital images to help the county create a collection of recent…

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Facial Recognition is Accurate, If You’re a White Guy

While some facial recognition software can identify gender, the accuracy of its results varies by skin tone and gender, accurate 99 percent of the time if the photo is of white men, but erroneous up to 35 per cent of…

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Reversing roles typically held by women of color with white women — and vice versa.

A photo essay “Let’s Talk About Race” by photographer Chris Buck that is featured in  O, the Oprah Magazine‘s May 2017 issue on race, included “three photos that flipped stereotypical tropes on their heads . . . [and] depict a complex conversation…

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Focusing on the Hidden Horror of American Lynchings

Oliver Clasper, a London-born photographer and journalist, . . .  has set out to provoke a conversation with a project he calls The Spaces We Inherit. In photographs and interviews, he is documenting historic sites where African Americans were terrorized…

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