Counts, I. Wilmer 1931-
Adult Nonfiction LC214.23.L56 C68 1999
Summary: A Life Is More Than a Moment carries us back to those painful and turbulent times, but it does not leave us there. For more than thirty years, Will used these images as proof of the power of a well-taken photograph to do good. Stung by the claims of a student that Central High was not better off for his efforts in 1957, Will decided to return to Little Rock. He went back to Central High and took a new series of photos. He even managed to find many of the most important people in his original photographs. Much has happened to them in forty years, and Will, the consummate storyteller, gives voice to their lives.
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