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Meet Amazing Americans Writers & Artists Dorothea Lange
Photo of interned women playing softball, 1942
They tried to make the best of their imprisonment, organizing softball teams.

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Lange and the Relocation Camps
Lange agreed to take photographs in the camps because she hoped that once people saw what was happening, the internment would stop. The idea that photographs could influence people to help the oppressed members of society was a theme in almost all of Lange's work. Have you ever been influenced by a photograph?
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