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"Novyi Sokil" Ukrainian Summer Camp

"Novyi Sokil" Ukrainian Summer Camp

United States

Andrea Wenglowskyj

Ukrainian-American photographer, Andrea Wenglowskyj seeks to preserve Ukrainian culture by documenting the Ukrainian Plast summer camp outside of Buffalo, NY.

Commercial Menhaden Fishing

Commercial Menhaden Fishing

Mass., United States

Katherine Richmond

Katherine Richmond brings awareness to the commercial fishing industry on Cape Ann, MA, and documents fishing for Menhaden.

Atacama: Renewable Energy and Mining in the High Desert of Chile

Atacama: Renewable Energy and Mining in the High Desert of Chile

Chile

Jamey Stillings

Documenting the evolving nexus between renewable energy development and mining in Chile’s Atacama Desert.

A Migrant Teen Mom Three Thousand Miles From Home

A Migrant Teen Mom Three Thousand Miles From Home

PA, United States

By Emily Whitney

A visual story of Yoli, a sixteen-year-old immigrant mother who is now raising her son while living with her father.

Black Childbirth Takes Front and Center on Young Parents

Black Childbirth Takes Front and Center on Young Parents

United States

Brian Branch-Price

Brian Branch-Price documents the intimate moment of childbirth for first-time Black parents.

Turtles and Sparrows

Turtles and Sparrows

United States

Lauren Owens Lambert

A documentary project focused on the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species of turtles and sparrows.

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Spring issue of ZEKE now available in print.Learn more »

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Women Are Changing the Face of Documentary Photography

by J. Sybylla Smith

Contemporary women and female-identifying photographers are activating a new form of documenting that is led by content and context. Grounded in extensive research, they construct a matrix of intersectional ideas, histories, realities, and considerations. A powerful impact of their work is their intentional approach to lead with an awareness of power differentials. The aim is one of illumination of our complex and messy world in pursuit of a deeper understanding and a hope to provoke informed change.

Book Review
The Mennonites

by Michelle Bogre

Through the 115 black and white photographs, 40 of which are newly published, Magnum photographer Larry Towell gives us an intimate, yet oddly detached, portrayal of this Protestant religious sect which has lived apart from modern society since the 1800s.

Book Review
Ukraine: A War Crime

by Lauren Walsh

This massive book published by FotoEvidence bringing together 366 images by 93 photojournalists from 29 countries documenting the first year of Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine.

Incarceration of a Nation

by Christopher Blackwell

The United States has the highest rate of incarceration in the world, imprisoning 664 per 100,000 people. On any given day in the U.S., we imprison an estimated 1.9 million people and each year spend an estimated $182 billion on the criminal legal system.

 

Open Eyes Within Hidden Places

by April Harris
April Harris is an author who is incarcerated at the California Institution for Women in Chino, California. Her experiences are a powerful insight to advocate for incarcerated people and the betterment of their environment.

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