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Dorothea Lange Digital Archive

Dorothea Lange Digital Archive
Less than 30 minutes

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Oakland Museum of California

Dorothea Lange documented American life with riveting, intimate photographs that captured the human face of national events. Though rooted in historical events, Lange’s photographs resonate today, and demonstrate how empathy and compassion—focused through art—can sway minds and prompt change.

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