How a Photographer Illuminated the Plight of the ‘Invisible Poor’

They came to Washington, D.C., in the spring of 1968, by the thousand — young and old, black and white, traveling in buses and cars and mule trains. Some had left homes in the rural South. Others came from cities like Memphis, Chicago and Los Angeles…

via How a Photographer Illuminated the Plight of the ‘Invisible Poor’ — TIME

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