How does bell hooks see the photograph of her father?

How does bell hooks see the photograph of her father? How do her sisters V. and G. see this same photo? Struggling in childhood with the image of herself as unworthy of love, where could bell hooks see herself beyond imposed images? (+2 pts)

How does bell hooks see the photograph of her father?

After reading bell hooks’ In Our Glory: Photography and Black Life Preview the document please respond to the main questions from this text:

How does bell hooks see the photograph of her father? How do her sisters V. and G. see this same photo? (+2 pts)

Struggling in childhood with the image of herself as unworthy of love, where could bell hooks see herself beyond imposed images? (+2 pts)

What was hooks’ favorite snapshot and what did she love about?

Further, what happened to this image and why did hooks feel the way she did about it once it was lost?

What did the technology of the camera do for black folks (see page 57, 59-60)? (+3 pts)

What did racial desegregation and integration do to black critical vigilance over representation, subversive images, and image-making according to bell hooks? (+2 pts)

Describe the black Southern context for producing and displaying photos (i.e. where were photos taken and shown? What was the meaning of photos shown in this way?). (+4 pts)

What was the display of pictures on the walls essential to for black people? (Page 61-63)

How was the process of picture taking tied to patriarchy in hooks’ household? (+2 pts)