Cecil Williams

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The images of the Civil Rights Movement captured by its photographers remain some of its most important and lasting records, thanks to the work of the men and women on the front lines with the camera. Orangeburg, S.C., native Cecil J. Williams learned of his love of taking pictures as soon as he held that first hand-me-down Kodak Baby Brownie. He set out taking pictures of the nascent movement in Orangeburg, became a correspondent for Jet magazine at the young age of 15, and made national news after taking some key images after the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre.


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