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Northam, a Democrat who attends a black church, has trotted out shifting explanations. First he apologized, though he failed to say which man in the picture was him. Then he said neither man in the picture was him. Then he admitted that he did once darken his skin — to imitate Michael Jackson in a dance contest. By now it’s immaterial whether either man in the picture is Northam. The very fact that he thought it could have been, never mind that he admits to having worn blackface at least once, speaks to how ubiquitous this sort of thing — white people pretending themselves black — must have been in his circle.

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When his children were in high school, Kitaoka bought a digital camera, to document his daughter’s involvement in theater. (His daughter is now 26 and his son is 23.) His passion for photography was rekindled. When the school’s regular photographer didn’t show up, Kitaoka was asked to shoot a performance. That went so well, he was asked to become their regular photographer. He learned his craft for theater-shooting. In 2007, he went to see a performance of “Forever Tango” at San Francisco’s Post Street Theatre. He was so taken by the movement, he asked if he could return and take photos. A publicist asked how much he would charge to use one of the photographs.