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Do No Give Way to Evil: Photographs of the South Bronx, 1979–1987, is an extraordinary document of devastation and rejuvenation. Lisa Kahane records the first seeds of rebuilding a community—one destroyed by rampant city planning, economic change, racism, poverty, failed hopes, drugs, crime, abandonment, and, ultimately, counterproductive government response. Throughout this desolate world, people live alongside abandoned buildings and debris-strewn lots, carrying on their business with civic pride.
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Hardcover. 144 pages.
W 11” H 8.25”
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