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In "Faces and Places of the Deep South," Raymond Uzanas takes the reader on his 2015 journey through America's rural south where he visits towns mired in poverty and those infamous for their role in the civil rights movement of mid-20th century America. Uzanas explores the vast Mississippi Delta that gave birth to the Delta Blues sounds; traveling to its smallest desolate towns as well as to Clarksdale and its annual Juke Joint Blues Festival. Interviews and shared stories with people he meets resonates across racial and economic lines as he profiles the lives and times of today's Deep South. It is a book mostly about the people--what Ray calls the human wealth of the region. His photographs capture and convey the mood and character of the land and its people. Come along for a ride through a half century of southern history.
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