The Monroe Gallery of Photography in downtown Santa Fe will present a special panel discussion Friday on the role of photojournalism in the civil rights movement to the present day. The discussion featuring photographer Whitney Curtis, veteran LIFE magazine reporter Richard Stolley and the interim director of the UNM Art Museum Kymberly Pinder, is set for 5:30-pm Friday. The event highlights the gallery’s current show, titled “The Long Road from Selma to Ferguson,” that’s running through September 27th. KSFR's Tom Trowbridge spoke with gallery co-owner Michele Monroe, and brings us this report. 

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