Black and white photograph with a young boy applying face paint to the chin of a young girl using his left finger. The top right portion of a large mirror with ornate framing is behind the girl.
Marian Wright Edelman and Ivory A. Toldson
Laura Coyle and Michèle Gates Moresi
National Museum of African American History and Culture in association with D Giles Limited
Double Exposure

Picturing Children features a diverse selection of photographs, including spontaneous records of intimate family moments, playtime, communal activities, and portraits. The images speak not only to the past, but also to our evolving concepts of childhood and the engagement of youth in our society.

Essays include: Foreword by Lonnie Bunch; Our Turn by Marian Wright Edelman; and Picture This by Ivory A. Toldson.

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