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Nsongo District, Congo Free State, 1904: Alice Harris Seely, a missionary, photographs Nsala of Wala looking at the severed hand and foot of his 5-year-old daughter,who was tortured under the Belgium's colonial rule.

Los Angeles, Calif., 1994: Witness George Holliday videotapes footage of four LAPD officers beating Rodney King with billy clubs as he lay on the ground following a high speed car chase.

St. Paul, Minn., 2016: Diamond Reynolds livestreams to Facebook while in the front seat of a car as she watches a police officer shoot her boyfriend to death with her 4-year-old in the backseat. 

These are some of the images in "New Documents," a new exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center. WNYC's Rebecca Carroll talked to co-curator Danielle Jackson about the challenges of mounting the show and the public response.