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About sharing image copyrightD. Gorton image captionSeeing white and black people together at this Pentecostal gathering had a monumental effect on photographer Doy Gorton Its racist past still hangs heavy over the White South. But as with anything, it is rarely as simple as everything being bad - one of the reasons photographer Doy Gorton set out to illustrate the White South, his home, in a more nuanced light, writes James Jeffrey. The black neighbourhood of Greenville in segregated s Mississippi had never seen anything like it. Neither had Mr Gorton when he encountered white people praying alongside their black brethren during an impromptu street-side Pentecostal revival. When a burly young white man inside the revival tent spontaneously picked up a small black boy sitting with his family and clasped him to his chest amid thronging songs of praise, Mr Gorton captured with his camera the sort of american dominatrix that rarely makes it into discussions about the racist White South.

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Kansas-native James Reeb, a pastor who participated in the Selma to Montgomery civil rights marches, died in early of head injuries two days after being severely beaten by white segregationists. As a result, he undertook an month drive across the Mississippi Delta, documenting "the most Southern place on earth," including encounters with more progressive whites, such as those at the revival, and activists fighting for de-segregation and civil rights, often jacksonn great risks to themselves.

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Inthe Dolph Briscoe Center for American History in Austin, Texas, acquired his "White South" collection, and it has since been the subject of national and international attention. That a huge conflagration was avoided, he puts down, in large part, to local, ordinary whites who helped keep the peace.

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He also bridled at mainstream representations of the White South, which he felt didn't effectively examine the mississsippi and nuances, such as how class divisions informed racism, and who was really to blame. The black neighbourhood of Greenville in segregated s Mississippi had never seen anything like it.

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Admittedly, whites who more actively pushed for civil rights typically faced economic reprisals, often losing jobs, or physical violence, even paying the ultimate price. Shortly afterwards, Vilola Liuzzo, an activist who had grown up in Tennessee, was murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan in Selma later in the year, Jonathan Daniels, a white seminarian from New Hampshire, died when shielding a black teenager from a fired shotgun in Hayneville, Alabama.

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After all, the civil rights movement was about changing the system. Growing up in Mississippi, Mr Gorton reacted to legalised white supremacy by ing the civil rights movement.

Gorton image captionAn image from a working-class area of Atlanta where white and black children played together, "It's astonishing fgee me that 50 years later, the enormous sacrifices, the enormous bravery and enormous courage of ordinary white people in the Deep South in dealing with race issues is not recognised," Mr Gorton says.