The new issue of afterimage, includes an article on a photographer who has photographed a sad part of our country's history. The photos are by Wendel A. White and are entitled Schools for the Colored. These are stark black and white photos that depict the landscape and architecture of historically segregated schools in some northern states. These are simple yet beautifully photographed buildings.
You can view these photos at his website and in afterimage, vol. 40, No. 1.
More about Wendel A. White at Meet the Photographer and at the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.