The Photo League and McCarthyism: Interviews with Erika Stone, Vivian Cherry, George Zimel, Robeccah Lepkoff, Arthur Leipzig and Ida Wyman.

CMA houses one of the largest collections of photographs by The Photo League. Guided by a belief in the transformative power of photography, the Photo League took to the streets in the 1930s and 1940s to record the effects of poverty, war, racial inequality, and social injustice. The Photo League artists produced a powerful body of work before being disbanded by the politics of McCarthy-era America.