Born in Alabama, the photographer Charles Moore closely followed the civil rights movement with his camera and an open mind. It’s been said that the photos taken by this former Marine helped shaped the public consciousness of the civil rights movement. With a keen sense of dramatic moments loaded with iconic significance, Moore laid bare the injustices of his time for all to see. Moore passed away last week at the age of 79. Wish we had more like him. The true definition of the right stuff!