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Corky Lee, Leading Asian American Photographer, Featured in New Exhibit

<div class="wp-block-dt-story-meta-plus-text"><p>The work of photographer Corky Lee – who for more 50 years has photographed the daily life of Asian Americans and how they have fought for social justice, now documented in a new book –– is on display at the John Hope Franklin Center through June.</p><p>At the recent opening, Columbia historian Mae Ngai, and an editor of "Corky Lee’s Asian America: 50 Years of Photographic Justice,” shared her insights into the life and work of Lee, the “undisputed, unofficial Asian American photographer laureate.”</p></div>