"Gérald Bloncourt, Haitian Photographer and Activist, Dies at 91," Obituary, The New York Times
, by Richard Sandomir, November 9, 2018
Gérald Bloncourt, who after being expelled from Haiti for his role in anti-government protests in 1946 went to Paris and turned his zeal for social justice into photography that captured the humanity of immigrants and factory workers, died on Oct. 29 in Paris. He was 91.
His wife, Isabelle Bloncourt-Repiton, said the cause was complications of melanoma.
Mr. Bloncourt’s passion for chronicling the everyday dignity of exploited peoples found a particular focus in Portuguese émigrés who had fled authorit
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