A Photojournalist's Work in Gaza
Photos by Samar Abu Elouf. Text by Lauren Walsh
Samar Abu Elouf, a freelance photojournalist, documented the war’s effects in Gaza in the months after the October 7, 2023 Hamas attack.
Out of the Shadows
by Chris Lau
"Out of the Shadows" sheds light on people living on the margins of society. It captures people in all their authenticity, their defiance, their vulnerability, their awkwardness, and their sensuality.
The Don Steppe
Rostov-on-Don region, Russian Federation
by Misha Maslennikov
In the Russian steppe, there is only the earth under your feet as far as the eye can see, and the sky above your head, around you and about you, and it all runs together as one, even within you.
Xinjiang, China and Tibet
by Emmanuel Serna
China has reduced its ethnic minorities in Xinjiang and Tibet solely to their folklore to attract tourists and income and to erase local religion, culture, and language.
Recovering From the Fierce Violence of Civil War
Ayacucho region, Peru
by Max Cabello Orcasitas
The slow process of exhumations and search for bodies continues, waiting to be recognized by relatives, most of whom are orphans and survivors of the conflict.
Into the Belly of the Beast — The Men's March
by Edward Boches
The 2022 Men’s March brought 200 mostly white men to one of the country’s most liberal cities to spread their message that life begins at conception and that the Constitution must protect all “persons.”
The Mongolian Steppe—A Threatened Ecosystem
by Daniel Miller
Mongolia has a long history of nomadic pastoralism with herders raising livestock for thousands of years and have extensive traditional ecological knowledge and understanding of their environment. However, inappropriate government policies and lack of economic incentives threaten the rangelands and Mongolia’s nomadic heritage.
Lebanon, Dominican Republic, Nepal, Ivory Coast, Bangladesh
by William Daniels
What happens when a person’s identity is negated to the point that they are deprived of any official existence?
If We Stand Tall
by Cheryl Miller
This project documents quotidian Black life from 1978-1998—images of African Americans viewed through a variety of everyday positive, relatable, uplifting, and ordinary experiences.
Chernobyl-Frozen in Time
by Gabriel Romero
On April 26, 1986, the world’s worst nuclear disaster occurred at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in northern Ukraine. Officially, 31 people are known to have died directly from the disaster, unofficially the long-term effects of radiation poisoning have led to the deaths of thousands.