PHOTOGRAPHIC JUSTICE:


THE CORKY LEE STORY


Queens born Corky Lee has a mission.  The 70-year old photographer’s singular focus for almost a half-century has been documenting New York City’s Asian American community.   

An accomplished  photojournalist with a keen sense of history and social justice, Corky’s dedication tells the little-known struggle of Asians in America, including civil rights protests, racist immigration legislation, and violence towards Sikhs and Muslims of Asian descent since 9/11.     He's also a big supporter of Asian women's rights.

Photographic Justice: The Corky Lee Story is a timely and intimate portrayal of a photographer on a quest to ensure that the rich tapestry of Asian American life – its struggles and celebrations – is preserved, and documented in mainstream media. 




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