Watch The Rich Have Their Own Photographers
- 59 min
In 1957, Milton Rogovin was declared The Top Red in Buffalo by The Buffalo News and his life was turned upside-down. In reality, he was an optometrist promoting workers rights in the local unions and helping to register Black voters. But refusing to be silenced, he found a new political voice - a camera. He began documenting Buffalos poorest and working classes, photographing the disenfranchised, the marginalized and those he considers the forgotten ones.