Doris Derby’s Searing, Intimate Photos of the Civil Rights Movement

A book presents more than 110 pictures from Derby’s archive, offering a rich panorama of the key people and places behind the movement.

A Civil Rights Journey (MACK) is a powerful and moving testament to Derby’s years in the American South. The book presents more than 110 pictures from Derby’s archive, offering a rich panorama of the key people and places behind the movement in Mississippi, but also in Georgia, South Carolina, and Louisiana, where Derby also worked. Now 82, Derby is a retired anthropology professor in Georgia.