Last month, “Corky Lee on My Mind: A Photographic Tribute” opened at the historic Pearl River Mart, curated as an “homage” to Corky’s philosophy of “photographic justice."
Mourners holding a sign that reads “Corky We Love U '' on the streets of Chinatown. Because of COVID precautions, the traditional ceremony of burning representational gold, silver, and money was done outside. . “Because of Covid precautions, the ceremony was outside, and weaved through various spots that had been important over the last decades to the development of Chinese-American activism. Credit: Alan S. Chin

Corky Lee Remains on Chinatown’s Mind

Corky Lee, the photographer, community activist, and Queens native, passed suddenly last January. The historic Pearl River Mart is currently hosting an exhibit about his legacy.

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