Robert Browning said that all love begins and ends with motherhood.

American photojournalist, Dorothea Lange(1895-1965) certainly knew the power of this truth when she photographed a destitute pea picker named Florence Owens Thompson. Lange most popular work drew attention to the plight of poverty and people displaced by the government in the 1930s Depression Era.

To learn more about Dorothea’s work, watch the video below.

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