Photographer Henry Jay Kamara talks about the Black Lives Matter movement and shows us images he took at an anti-fascist protest opposing the activities of the far-right figurehead Tommy Robinson.
From pictures captured during armed conflict to anti-fascist protests to global pandemics to the start of a revolution, when you are on the front line, picking up a camera can often result in an image that immortalises a moment in time.
In this series, we interview photographers whose photos have become synonymous with important world events. They relive the story behind the images, regaling us with their tales from the front line. We hear how they documented the truth, sometimes even risking their lives, to provide proof of events that stay long after the memories fade.
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