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La Vida No Vale Nada
By Lianne Milton
Updated Nov 01, 2012
There's a common phrase Guatemalans say about violence in their...
Civil Wars, Corruption, Crime/Criminal Justice, Documentary, Gangs, Genocide, Guatemala, Guatemala City, Human Rights, Nebaj, Photography, Politics, Uspantan, Villa Nueva, Violence
Never Again
By Angela Blakely &Amp; David Lloyd
Updated Dec 11, 2012
Its nineteen years after the Rwanda Genocide and there remains with us a...
Angela Blakely, Blakely Lloyd, Community, Conceptual, David Lloyd, Documentary Photography, Genocide, Grief, Human Rights, Orphans, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Rwanda, Social Commentary, Sorrow, Story Telling, War
SYRIAN Conflict
By Txomin Txueka
Updated Jan 06, 2014
SYRIAN Conflict : The armed conflict in Syria began in March 2011...
Aleppo, Syria Architecture, Documentary, Editorial, Genocide, Human Rights, Personal, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Street, War
Halabja 1988-2013, The Legacy
By Antonio Zambardino
Updated Jan 10, 2014
I did not really know what to expect from my trip in Halabja. Colleagues who...
Birth, Blind, Cancer, Crime/Criminal Justice, Dictatorship, Disability, Discrimination/Minority, Dying/Death, Environment, Environmental, Genocide, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture
Silent Genocide
By Claire Kern
Updated Mar 09, 2014
In 1982, the Peopleʼs Republic of China passed a law, known as ʻthe one...
Abortion, Abuse, Activism, Belief, Birth, Borders, Buddhism, Children, Conceptual, Crime/Criminal Justice, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Family, Feminish, Forest, Genocide, Human Rights, Isolation, Love, Macro, Multimedia, Photography, Portraiture, Religion, Sexuality, Travel, Women's Rights
Beneath My Land
By Dijana Muminovic
Updated Nov 28, 2014
At the age of 12, I survived the Bosnian war hiding in basements, where I...
Bosnia Aftermath, Bosnia, Genocide, Photojournalism, War
Where The Rivers Flow Through
By Aaron Vincent Elkaim
Updated Apr 06, 2016
Plans for the Belo Monte Dam Complex began in 1975 under the apex of military...
Altamira, Brazil Abuse, Beauty, Civil Rights, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Energy, Environment, Forest, Genocide, Human Rights, Industrial, Loss, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism
Carrying History
By Emily Schiffer
Updated Dec 05, 2016
Recently, the Danube region has seen war, sanctions, invasions, occupations,...
Aging, Black And White, Borders, Candid, Children, Civil Wars, Community, Conceptual, Confrontation, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Editorial, Emotion, Environment, Environmental, Family, Fear, Fine Art, Freedom, Genocide, Health/Healing, Historical, Holocaust, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Isolation, Landscape, Loss, Love, Migration, Militias, Oppression, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Sorrow, Travel, Violence, War, Water, Youth
By Txomin Txueka
Updated Jan 14, 2016
SYRIAN Conflict : The armed conflict in Syria began in March 2011...
Aleppo, Syria Civil Wars, Crime, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Genocide, Human Rights, Minority, Multimedia, Oppression, Photojournalism, Video, Violence, War
74 Genocides
By Michael Santiago
Updated Aug 03, 2015
Photography by Michael Santiago Written By Macha Rose Hamo...
Lincoln, Nebraska Abandonment, Abuse, Action, Activism, Adolescence, Belief, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Combat, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Dying/Death, Editorial, Emotion, Faith, Family, Fear, Freedom, Friends + Family, Genocide, Happiness, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Loss, Love, Mental Illness, Migration, Military, Minority, Mixed Medium, Oppression, Orphans, Peace, Peacekeeping, Personal, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Prostitution, Rape, Religion, Sorrow, Spirituality, Teens, Terrorism, Violence, War, Weapons, Women's Rights, Youth
Human Flesh
By Karla Toledo
Updated Aug 20, 2015
Una metáfora entre los valores actuales de la condición humana...
Guatemala Abstract, Abuse, Beauty, Cancer, Capitalism, Combat, Conceptual, Discrimination, Editorial, Erotic, Feminism, Fine Art, Food, Genocide, Hunger, Latin America, Mental Illness, Nude, Personal, Photography, Portraiture, Still Life
Armenia And Karabakh
By Jon Michael Anzalone
Updated Jan 10, 2017
Ա,  Ayb . The letter  A.  The start of a journey. Ayb...
Armenia Analog, Armenia, Asia, Black And White, Borders, Christianity, Confrontation, Europe, Family, Genocide, Middle East, Nagorno-Karabakh, Personal, Photography, Politics, Revolution, Street, Travel
By Sylvia De Swaan
Updated Sep 27, 2017
A series of Portraits of family, friends and  people whom I've met on my...
Aging, Arts, Black And White, Documentary, Fine Art, Friends + Family, Photography, Portraiture
Dreaming UK:
 The Zaghawa Of Sudan In The Calais Jungle
By Maurizio Martorana
Updated Apr 28, 2016
With this photo project, I have attempted to show a glimpse into the life of...
Activism, Black And White, Borders, Calais, Candid, Capitalism, Civil Wars, Community, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Emotion, France; UK; Britain; The Jungle; Refugees; Refugee Crisis; Zaghawa; Sudanese; Darfur, Freedom, Genocide, Happiness, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Racism, War
THE ORDEAL:Last Witnesses Of Stalin's Mass Exile
Updated May 08, 2016
The Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin’s mass exiles of the North Caucasus...
Chechnya Ingushetiya Abuse, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Crime, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Emotion, Fear, Freedom, Genocide, Human Rights, Islam, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Protests, Racism, Religion, Sorrow, War
Those Who Remain
By Clary Estes
Updated May 24, 2018
Hundreds of thousands of people from a corner of eastern Europe were...
Moldova Abandonment, Activism, Aging, Belief, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Emotion, Faith, Family, Fear, Fine Art, Freedom, Friends + Family, Genocide, Human Rights, Immigration, Isolation, Joy, Loss, Love, Oppression, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Religion, Senior Citizens, Sorrow, Spirituality, Still Life, Travel, War, Wedding, Women's Rights, Workers' Rights, Youth
By Juan Orrantia
Updated Jan 09, 2019
When I arrived 6 years after the massacre there were no statues, no...
Colombia Black And White, Civil Wars, Community, Documentary, Dying/Death, Fear, Genocide, Human Rights, Latin America, Loss, Militias, Multimedia, Peace, Poverty, Short Film, Violence, War
Evicted And Abandoned: The Barabaig Of Tanzania
By Dana Ullman
Updated Aug 12, 2016
Evicted and Abandoned: The World Bank’s Broken Promise to the Poor...
Tanzania Abandonment, Abuse, Activism, Africa, Tanzania, East Africa, Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights, Barabaig, World Bank, Investigative Journalism, Agriculture, Borders, Capitalism, Children, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Emotion, Family, Forest, Genocide, Globalization, Homelessness, Human Rights, Isolation, Loss, Migration, Minority, Politics, Tanzania, Violence, Weapons
By Matthias Koch
Updated Aug 14, 2018
Eschatology “It happened that a fire broke out backstage in a theater....
Abandonment, Abstract, Aging, Black And White, Christianity, Climate Change, Conceptual, Emotion, Environment, Faith, Fear, Fine Art, Genocide, Holocaust, Hope, Personal, Photography, Sexuality, Spirituality, Technology, Violence, War
South Sudan's "Road To Prosperity"
By Shadi Bushra
Updated Dec 31, 2016
When South Sudan was birthed after a long...
Juba, South Sudan Abandonment, Abundance, Action, Activism, Adolescence, Adoption, Affluence, Agriculture, Architecture, Belief, Candid, Capitalism, Christianity, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Climate Change, Combat, Community, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Dreams, Dying/Death, Editorial, Education, Elections, Emotion, Energy, Environment, Environmental, Faith, Family, Fear, Fine Art, Fire, Food, Forest, Freedom, Gangs, Genocide, Globalization, Historical, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Hunger, Immigration, Industrial, Islam, Isolation, Landscape, Loss, Migration, Military, Militias, Minority, Mixed Medium, Motherhood, Multimedia, Oil, Oppression, Orphans, Peace, Peacekeeping, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Prostitution, Racism, Religion, Revolution, Soldiers, Sorrow, Spirituality, Street, Teens, Terrorism, Travel, Violence, War, Water, Weapons, Wildlife, Workers' Rights, Yearning, Youth
Rohingya In Chicago
By Ali Lapetina
Updated Feb 10, 2018
The Rohingya people are desperately escaping Myanmar, the country where they...
Activism, Children, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Education, Emotion, Family, Freedom, Genocide, Globalization, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Islam, Isolation, Joy, Loss, Love, Migration, Minority, Motherhood, Oppression, Orphans, Parenting & Family, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Protests, Racism, Relationships, Religion, Reporting, Revolution, School/College, Spirituality, Teens, Violence, War, Youth
Families Belong Together Dallas Tx 063018
By Jaime R. Carrero
Updated Jul 01, 2018
Demonstrators march in protest against the Trump administration’s...
Abandonment, Abuse, Action, Activism, Adoption, Borders, Capitalism, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Confrontation, Dictatorship, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Elections, Emotion, Family, Fear, Freedom, Gangs, Genocide, Globalization, Holocaust, Homelessness, Hope, Human Rights, Illegal Trafficking, Immigration, Incarceration, Latin America, Migration, Minority, Oppression, Parenting & Family, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Prison, Racism, Relationships, Reporting, Terrorism, Veterans, Violence, Womens Rights, Youth
Invisible Threath
By Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno
Updated Oct 05, 2018
The Awá indigenous people live in the southwestern zone of Colombia,...
NariñO Awa, Black And White, Borders, Children, Civil Rights, Civil Wars, Colombia, Combat, Community, Conelcorazon, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Documentary, Editorial, ELN, Environment, Family, FARC, Fear, Forest, Freedom, Gangs, Genocide, Happiness, Hope, Human Rights, IDP, Illegal Trafficking, Jmbb, Jmbbnet, Juanmanuelbarrero, Juanmanuelbarrerobueno, Landscape, Latin America, Lifestyle, Loss, Military, Militias, Minority, Oil, Peace, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Relationships, Religion, Senior Citizens, Soldiers, Sorrow, Still Life, Teens, Violence, War, Water, Weapons, Withtheheart, Witness, Youth