Where to find Ernest Withers’ Work

Ernest Withers' work can be seen around the globe in newspapers, books, magazines, exhibits, and movies! Here are just a few of the places where his photographs can be found:

The Boston Globe, Looking at America’s Past in Black and White 

Los Angeles Times, Ernest C. Withers, 85; Photographed Civil Rights Era, Blacks in Baseball, Memphis Music

The Tri-State Defender, Ernest C. Withers: The Indisputable Dean of Civil Rights Photography

Choose 901, 20 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month in Memphis

Porter Briggs, The Ernest Withers Collection

Memphis Travel, The Civil Rights Movement and Memphis Music Captured through the Lens of Ernest Withers

Let Us March On: Selected Civil Rights Photographs of Ernest C. Withers

Elmwood Cemetary

How to Build a Museum: Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture

Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History 

Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties

Double Exposure: African American Women

Double Exposure: Civil Rights and the Promise of Equality

Double Exposure: Picturing Children

Double Exposure: Through the African American Lens

Negro League Baseball

Black Voices: The African American Experience from Slavery to Current Racial Issues

Give Me Liberty! (5th Edition)

I AM A MAN: Photographs of the 1968 Sanitation Strike and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Sons of Mississippi: A Story of Race and its Legacy

Visions of America: A History of the United States

The Manchurian Candidate (2004 Version)

Pictures Tell the Story: Ernest C. Withers Reflections in History

Ernest C. Withers – The Memphis Blues Again: Six Decades of Memphis Music Photographs

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

National Civil Rights Museum

Decaneas Archive

The Blues Foundation, Blues Hall of Fame

Coca Cola