CCP partners with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University on Indivisible: Stories of American
Community, a national documentary project about twelve diverse communities exploring the changing face of grassroots
activism in America, as seen through the distinctive visions of some of the nation’s most original photographers and
compelling interviews by leading folklorists and oral historians.
The twelve photographers chosen to participate in Indivisible have made considerable contributions to social history and
the art of photography, and bring their own artistic viewpoint to each community site. They are Dawoud Bey, Bill Burke,
Debbie Fleming Caffery, Lucy Capehart, Lynn Davis, Terry Evans, Lauren Greenfield, Joan Liftin, Reagan Louie, Danny
Lyon, Sylvia Plachy, and Eli Reed.
The project features a museum exhibition that will tour nationally to eights venues, free postcard exhibitions touring to
thirty venues nationwide, an extensive website, a book, educational programming, and the creation of an archive.
The accompanying book, published by W.W. Norton & Company/Lyndhurst Books is available nationally in bookstores.
Indivisible is a project of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University in partnership with the Center for
Creative Photography, the University of Arizona. Indivisible is funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts. The exhibition is
organized and circulated by the Center for Creative Photography.