Karma brought Donna De Cesare to the Los Angeles home of 3-year-old Esperanza in 1994 when she captured one of her most famous photographs of the girl holding a pigeon while a gun rests next to her on a bed. De Cesare, an award-winning photographer and associate professor in the School of Journalism, captured the …
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