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When The Camera Was A Weapon Of Imperialism. (and When It Still Is.) by AfroBlue(m): 4:22pm On Feb 11
good article by a Harvard professor with 9ja roots.

i tried to post it yesterday but the nl bot devoured it. wink


When the Camera Was a Weapon of Imperialism. (And When It Still Is.)

By Teju Cole

Feb. 6, 2019


Teju Cole is a novelist, a photographer and the magazine’s photography critic. He teaches at Harvard. This is Teju Cole’s final On Photography column and the last “On” column in our weekly rotation.

A version of this article appears in print on Feb. 10, 2019, on Page 14 of the Sunday Magazine with the headline: Photography has the power to record and reveal the world; but not all things can be recorded or should be revealed..

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