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Winston-Salem native Billy Barnes roamed across North Carolina in the 1960s capturing on film what it was like to be poor. His black and white photographs are reminiscent of the documentary style of the Depression-era photographers, like Dorothea Lange and Walker Evans. In this INDEPENDENT interview, Barnes discusses his work and several of his photographs.
A UNC art student documented a North Carolina family’s struggle to come to terms with eating a cow that they had raised as a pet. The documentary, Greyson’s Dilemma, was exhibited when the meat of the cow was sold to the community.