Photojournalist Alan Pogue’s great body of documentary photography draws from his experience of living and marching with Texas migrant farmworkers as they struggled for better working conditions. A human rights and social justice activist, Pogue’s work continues to focus on highlighting and documenting the important social issues of our time.
Eye on the Movement: Alan Pogue Documents Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers
Eye on the Movement, Alan Pogue's Photographs and Oral History
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