Dorothea Lange on historical impact of images
June 22, 2011 3:58 PM Subscribe
2-part KQED documentary about Dorothea Lange, from 1965.
Lange meditates on the historical impact of images and how they can be used to examine/change societyTowards the end of Part II
she declares: "The visual mind has a very great contribution to make ...
This is a peculiar and a powerful instrument for this purpose of saying to you or saying to the world in general. This is the way it is. Look at it. Look at it!"
SF Bay Archive found the prints at the Oakland Museum, who loaned them and copyright holder WNET granted permission to stream them online.