The Library of Congress shares how it’s working with photographers on Flickr to catalog photos of their experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic.
A photography collection documenting the pivotal civil rights protests that took place in the rural town of Farmville, Virginia, USA, in the summer of 1963.
Early findings and key research themes from our conversations with members of the Flickr Commons.
Get inspired by these magnificent recreations of historic photographs from the Flickr Commons.
George Oates has rejoined the Flickr team with the focus of invigorating the Flickr Commons! Here’s how you can get involved.
Today, Explore is populated with a curated selection of photos celebrating Black culture, history, and photographers.
February is Black History Month—a time to reflect on Black history, culture, and heritage in the US. To celebrate, The Library of Congress has published an album of widely requested photos of Black activists.
Today marks the 11th anniversary of The Commons – a project that Flickr began to provide cultural institutions, such as libraries, museums, and historical societies, with a space to share their digital collections with people around the world.
We’re excited to welcome the Amadeo León Collection of Boconó Photographs to the Flickr Commons! They host a private collection of twentieth-century images of the people and communities of Boconó, a small city in the Venezuelan Andes.