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Toni Frissell is the woman who photographed the untold stories of WWII.

Her work revealed to the American public the hidden faces fighting for our country overseas during WWII.

She captured the experiences of those who were undervalued and miscategorized, and often left out from the headlines: Black people, people of color, and women.

We are proud to have partnered with MSNBC to help her granddaughter honor her legacy by telling her story.

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