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"Question Bridge: Black Males" attempts to represent black male identity in America via a video question-and-answer exchange. At top center is Jesse Williams, the project's executive producer. Question Bridge: Black Males hide caption

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Question Bridge: Black Males

Questioning The Black Male Experience In America

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Come out of the Bone Age, darling....1955 Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York hide caption

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Wordless Ads Speak Volumes In 'Unbranded' Images Of Women

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Yale University Library Purchases Civil War Photography Collection

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Robert Duncan poses with his wife, Karen, for New York photographer Iké Udé. Iké Udé/Courtesy of Robert and Karen Duncan hide caption

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Iké Udé/Courtesy of Robert and Karen Duncan

Nigerian Artist Continues A Family Tradition With 'Sartorial Anarchy'

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Yes, those are people: A still image from a drone video filmed inside the world's largest cave shows cavers standing beneath one of two large skylights in Vietnam's Hang Son Doong. Ryan Deboodt /Vimeo hide caption

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Planet: bottom of a glass containing half and half, water, food coloring. Moons: bottom of a glass containing coconut milk, water, food coloring. Stars: salt, cinnamon, baking powder, Tums. Navid Baraty hide caption

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Navid Baraty

Spider Martin's most well-known photograph, Two Minute Warning, shows marchers facing a line of state troopers in Selma moments before police beat the protestors on March 7, 1965. The day became known as Bloody Sunday. Spider Martin/Courtesy Tracy Martin hide caption

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Photographer Helped Expose Brutality Of Selma's 'Bloody Sunday'

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