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'I'm Still Here: Documenting James Meredith'

Invitation: Photo exhibition by Suzi Altman will be free and open to the public from 8am-5pm.


Photographs from I’m Still Here: Documenting James Meredith by Suzi Altman will be on display in the Honors College’s Great Room from October 23-November 17, 2023.

A reception for the exhibition will take place at 3:00pm on Wednesday, November 1, 2023 in the SMBHC Great Room. 

Suzi Altman is a New Yorker, - Living and working in the Deep South, specifically Mississippi for over 20 years. Her work focuses on race, civil rights, the South and everyday life. She chooses to focus her camera on the underrepresented in society, to shed light on those who have been underserved, and to give a voice and platform to those who need it most. After beginning her career more than 30 years ago with an internship with Rolling Stone Magazine and acclaimed photographer Mary Ellen Mark, Suzi worked for the Associated Press in New York City.

Her camera has been a ticket to explore the world Suzi says photography allows her to focus on making the world a better place by using her camera to illustrate issues she is passionate about. She has worked for many of the world’s leading publications including The New York Times, The London Observer, USA Today, Reuters News Agency, Agency France Press, The Associated Press, Financial Times of London, Bloomberg News, and The New York Post.

Her works are included in the permanent collections of the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in Washington D.C., The Mississippi Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Museum of American History.


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