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  • Rowland Scherman shot one of the most iconic images of the March on Washington: a photo of a little girl named Edith Lee Payne.

    He didn’t get to see it until nearly 50 years later.
  • Visit PBS Black Culture Connection to read more stories about civil rights photographers and the images that changed the world.




    Photographs and words by Rowland Scherman
    Produced by Kristin Moe


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