2011
03.14

By DAVID W. DUNLAP
The New York Times

It’s hard to say for which image Brian Lanker may have been most renowned. Was it the Pulitzer-winning photo of an ebullient Lynda Coburn with her couldn’t-be-more-newly born upon her belly? Or was it the elegant portrait of Septima Poinsette Clark, looking every bit the “queen mother” of the civil rights movement, that graced the cover of his book, “I Dream a World: Portraits of Black Women Who Changed America”?

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