The camera-clad Philadelphian was among thousands of protesters filling the streets in June of 2020 following the death of George Floyd.
“I took so many photos back in June, and I thought for the longest time, what should I do with this?” he asked.
Barber, a South Philadelphia native, called an illustrator, Halimah Smith, from Northwest Philadelphia, to collaborate on a project. The dynamic duo produced an art book titled, “PHL Black Lives Matter.”
“I think the book really does a good job of telling a story of people who are fed up,” said Smith. “They want change and they want it now.”
The book, which can be purchased on Barber’s website for $20, is forwarding all of