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The Graying Of AIDS
By Katja Heinemann
Updated Dec 16, 2011
The Graying of AIDS – Stories from an Aging Epidemic is a...
Aging, Documentary, Editorial, Epidemics, HIV/AIDS, Multimedia, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, USA
An Aging Pandemic
By K. Heinemann / N. Schegloff
Updated Dec 17, 2012
What does aging with HIV look like? The Graying of AIDS: Portraits from...
Aging, Documentary, Epidemics, Health/Healing, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Pandemics, Personal, Photography, Portraiture
One Long Tuesday
By TARA CRONIN
Updated Dec 16, 2012
I used to hate laughing.  Not any laugh, but a joyous laugh, with...
Arts, Conceptual, Epidemics, Fine Art, Love, Medicine, Medical, AutoBiography, Mental Illness, United States Healthcare, Mental Hospital, Hope, Story, Mythology, Mental Illness, Personal, Photography, Portraiture
USA
By Dana Ullman
Updated Jan 06, 2016
"The system failed them before they even got to that point [prison]." -...
California United States Abandonment, Abuse, Activism, Africa, California, Civil Rights, Community, Corruption, Crime, Crime/Criminal Justice, Denmark, Disability, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Drug Abuse, Education, Epidemics, Europe, Family, Fear, Gangs, Gulu, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Incarceration, Los Angeles, Mental Illness, Mukono, North America, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Prison, Prisoners, San Francisco, Sorrow, Uganda, United States, Usa, Women's Rights
The Future Of Health
By Warren Zelman Photography
Updated Jan 10, 2014
In March of 2013, I photographed Management Sciences for Health's...
Adolescence, Children, Community, Documentary, Dying/Death, Education, Epidemics, Globalization, Health/Healing, HIV/AIDS, Hope, Illness, Landscape, Photography, Poverty, Pregnancy/Birth, Religion, Travel, Youth
The Witness Tree
By Carolyn Monastra
Updated Jan 12, 2014
The Witness Tree  is a photography project documenting the effects of...
Abuse, Activism, Agriculture, Animals, Beaches, Belief, Climate Change, Desert, Documentary, Drought, Editorial, Energy, Environment, Environmental, Epidemics, Fine Art, Fire, Flooding, Food, Forest, Global Warming, Globalization, Human Rights, Landscape, Melting Sea Ice, Migration, Photography, Portraiture, Science, Sea Level Rise, Spirituality, Travel, Water, Wildlife
Untitled
By Alexia Clorinda Nuscis
Updated Jul 23, 2016
Children, Combat, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Environment, Epidemics, Fear, Fire, Homelessness, Human Rights, Hunger, Orphans, Photojournalism, Poverty, Sorrow, Street, Violence, Youth
Collages - Drawings
By Delphine Diallo
Updated Nov 08, 2016
Abstract, Activism, Affluence, Aging, Arts, Beauty, Celebrations, Civil Rights, Community, Conceptual, Education, Energy, Epidemics, Feminism, Fine Art, Freedom, Hope, Human Rights, Mixed Medium, Multimedia, Peace, Photography, Revolution, Texture, Women's Rights, Youth
Vice Drugs From The Deep
By Huffman Studio
Updated May 22, 2016
Vice Motherboard: Drugs from the Deep Vice's Motherboard channel tapped...
Beachs, Belief, Cancer, Documentary, Dying/Death, Environment, Environmental, Epidemics, Fear, Hope, Illness, Pandemics, Science, Short Film, Technology, Underwater, Water
Candy World
By Jorge Luis Chavarria
Updated Jul 29, 2016
Jorge Luis Chavarría a través de una imagen poderosa en color, edulcorada,...
Guatemala Environment, Epidemics, Globalization, Health/Healing, Pandemics, Photography
Shot Of Rum
By RubéN LucíA
Updated Jun 11, 2017
Nacho es hijo de la caña. Hijo y hermano de cañeros, nació en...
Chichigalpa Agriculture, Children, Crime, Documentary, Epidemics, Family, Human Rights, Latin America, Oppression, Pandemics, Photography, Photojournalism, Workers Rights
GOOD BAD PEOPLE: Methamphetamine Use On Sand Mountain, Marshall County, Alabama
By Jared Ragland
Updated Jul 14, 2017
In April 1862 – just a year into the Civil War – the New York Times...
Marshall County, Alabama Abuse, Black And White, Community, Crime, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Drug Abuse, Editorial, Epidemics, Gender, Illness, Incarceration, Motherhood, Pandemics, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Prison, Prostitution, Rape, Relationships, Womens Rights