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Women Lightscape (Serie)
By Herve All
Updated Sep 27, 2011
When I was twelve, I experienced dematerialization of my body during an...
Art, Brooklyn, Canada, Discrimination/Minority, Documentary, Dreams/Subconscious, England, France, Incarceration, Lyon, New York, Nude, Paris, Photography, Religion, Sexuality, Spirituality, Suisse, Women, Women's Rights
Fresh Memories
By Philip Kirk
Updated Dec 22, 2012
The voices of the Chinese border patrol bounced around the high mountain...
China, Editorial, Human Rights, Incarceration, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Prison, Refugees, Tibet, Torture
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
By Ivano Grasso
Updated Nov 11, 2014
Placing is a program, run by “The Eureka 1 Onlus”, that brought...
Rome Abuse, Activism, Adolescence, Children, Civil Rights, Community, Crime/Criminal Justice, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Editorial, Education, Environmental, Family, Human Rights, Incarceration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Street, Violence, Youth
Railway Of Living
By Mark Rafaelov
Updated Nov 23, 2014
It's no secret that there are settlements along the railway tracks. People...
Baku Azerbaijan, Baku, Black And White, Children, Civil Rights, Documentary, Environmental, Faith, Incarceration, Isolation, Photojournalism, Street
Hope Street Diary
By Ivano Grasso
Updated Feb 23, 2016
A journey through addiction and recovery.
New York Abuse, Children, Community, Crime, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Gangs, Health/Healing, HIV/AIDS, Hope, Incarceration, Isolation, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Portraiture, Poverty, Prison, Prostitution, Racism, School/College, Sorrow, Street, Violence, Youth
Innocence Assassinated: Living In Mexico's Drug War
By Katie Orlinsky
Updated Dec 19, 2014
Innocence Assassinated: Living in Mexico's Drug War In 2006, newly...
Mexico Black And White, Borders, Corruption, Documentary, Incarceration, Latin America, Photojournalism, Poverty, Prison, Violence, War, Youth
By Dana Ullman
Updated Jan 06, 2016
"My experience in prison was really seeing. Seeing what happens, seeing...
Uganda Abandonment, Activism, Adoption, Africa, Black And White, Children, Crime, Documentary, East Africa, Emotion, Feminism, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Incarceration, Motherhood, Oppression, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Prison, Uganda, Women's Rights, Youth
The Hort At The Rikers
By Lindsay Morris
Updated Jan 25, 2017
The Hort at the Rikers Collaboration with my sister, writer,...
Activism, Agriculture, America, Civil Rights, Documentary, Eats, Education, Environment, Food, Future, Health/Healing, Human Rights, Incarceration, Leadership, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Prison, Reporting, Workers' Rights
Brick Labour
By Rebecca Conway
Updated Mar 12, 2017
Almost a million people work in around 11,000 brick factories in Pakistan,...
Punjab, Pakistan Black And White, Documentary, Environment, Environmental, Human Rights, Incarceration, Landscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Workers' Rights
The Cartel Of Silence
By Woong-Jae Shin
Updated Mar 24, 2016
The Cartel of Silence (on going project) The year of 1987 was the year...
Abuse, Discrimination, Documentary, Dying/Death, Human Rights, Incarceration, Isolation, Mental Illness, Photography, Photojournalism, Protests, Rape, Violence
Spotlight On Spotlight
By Huffman Studio
Updated May 22, 2016
Boston Globe / Spotlight on Spotlight A documentary short commissioned by...
Abuse, Advertising, Belief, Children, Community, Crime, Documentary, Editorial, Emotion, Faith, Family, Fear, Incarceration, Loss, Portraiture, Rape, Religion, Short Film, Youth
Normal Is The Absurd
By Arianna Fraccon
Updated Feb 14, 2016
Ongoing project about animal exploitation for recreational purposes....
Rome Abuse, Activism, Animals, Black And White, Blind, Documentary, Incarceration, Oppression, Photography, Photojournalism, Violence
By Federica Valabrega
Updated Sep 12, 2016
(Not) To Serve A. used to sleep in his brother’s bedroom while he was...
Israel Adolescence, Black And White, Borders, Candid, Community, Documentary, Editorial, Elections, Faith, Freedom, Human Rights, Incarceration, Judaism, Landscape, Military, Militias, Mixed Medium, Peace, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Prison, Protests, Religion, Revolution, Soldiers, Still Life, Teens, War, Youth
No Justice/No Peace
By Nima Taradji Photography
Updated Aug 20, 2017
Baltimore, Maryland was the scene of civil unrest in April and May 2015. It...
Baltimore, Action, Activism, Black And White, Capitalism, Civil Rights, Community, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Freedom, Gangs, Human Rights, Incarceration, Minority, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Racism, Revolution, Soldiers, Violence, Weapons, Youth
Young And In Prison
By Shadi Bushra
Updated Dec 31, 2016
Until the end of apartheid and the birth of the 'New South Africa' there was...
Cape Town Abandonment, Abuse, Action, Architecture, Arts, Black And White, Borders, Candid, Children, Civil Rights, Conceptual, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Dreams, Drug Abuse, Editorial, Education, Emotion, Environmental, Family, Fear, Fine Art, Freedom, Friends + Family, Globalization, Happiness, Historical, Hope, Human Rights, Immigration, Incarceration, Isolation, Joy, Landscape, Migration, Military, Minority, Oppression, Orphans, Personal, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Prison, Racism, Rape, School/College, Sorrow, Sports, Street, Teens, Travel, Violence, Wildlife, Yearning, Youth
By Rafael Fabres
Updated Mar 22, 2017
> Pacification. “An opportunity to leave this idea of the war on...
Abandonment, Abstract, Abuse, Action, Activism, Arts, Beauty, Black And White, Capitalism, Children, Christianity, Civil Rights, Combat, Community, Conceptual, Confrontation, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Domestic Violence, Dreams, Drug Abuse, Dying/Death, Editorial, Education, Elections, Faith, Family, Fear, Feminism, Fine Art, Freedom, Gangs, Gender, Globalization, Happiness, Health/Healing, Homelessness, Human Rights, Illness, Incarceration, IPhone, Joy, Landscape, Latin America, Loss, Love, Migration, Military, Militias, Minority, Oppression, Peace, Peacekeeping, Photography, Photojournalism, Politics, Poverty, Pregnancy/Birth, Prison, Privacy, Protests, Racism, Rape, Relationships, Religion, Revolution, Sexuality, Soccer, Soldiers, Sorrow, Spirituality, Still Life, Swimming, Teens, Travel, Underwater, Violence, War, Water, Weapons
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
Myanmar's Drug Epidemic
By Vilhelm Stokstad
Updated Apr 10, 2018
Myanmar is the second largest producer of opium in the world, after...
Myanmar, Shan State Agriculture, Christianity, Community, Crime, Documentary, Drug Abuse, Hope, Human Rights, Incarceration, Photography, Photojournalism, Poverty, Prison, Religion, Travel, Workers Rights