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Recommend: on TIME: 'I Couldn't Just Sit and Watch.' Photographing New York City's George Floyd Protests
Adriana Teresa Letorney
BY MALIKE SIDIBE MAY 30, 2020 11:46 AM EDT Sidibe is a photographer represented by The Good Brigade . Power piece. 'I Couldn't Just Sit and Watch.' Photographing New York City's George Floyd Protests "Everyone who was there wanted their voice to be heard," says photographer Malike Sidibe
Des serviettes hygiéniques lavables, œuvre de Namwezi, une jeune de Bukavu
Tout ceci se passe à Bukavu, dans la province du Sud-Kivu à l’Est de la République démocratique du Congo. Comme partout dans le pays, parler de l’hygiène menstruelle chez les femmes demeure un sujet tabou dû à des croyances culturelles qui accentuent l’image honteuse des..
Recent COVID-19 coverage for The Wall Street Journal ‘I’m Sorry I Can’t Kiss You’—Coronavirus Victims Are Dying Alone A brutal hallmark of the pandemic is the way it isolates victims in their final moments. Families say their goodbyes by video and phone, with help from nurses.
on NatGeo: A global look inside a Ramadan dampened by coronavirus
Thrilled to be part of this National Geographic story about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting how Muslims observe the holy month of Ramadan.
on NYT: COVID19 EN AMERICA LATINA
On assignment for The New York Times Latin Americaâs Outbreaks Now Rival Europeâs. But Its Options Are Worse. An analysis by The New York Times found some cities in Latin America have seen spikes in fatalities that match the worst of the pandemic elsewhere.
Bruce Miller for the NYT
âThe Handmaidâs Taleâ Wants to Be More Than TV Medicine Bruce Miller, the showrunner for Huluâs adaptation of the dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood, discusses how he wanted Season 3 to be entertaining above all else.
Disney Broadway Celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Had so much fun and meaningful experiene working on this with a great team and crew (special shout out to lighting and photo assistant for the day - Xavier Codie and Abi Polinsky, couldn’t have done this without you two!) for Disney on Broadway in celebration of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Here is a link to..
Quarantine Story published in Washington Post
My partner and I returned to Beijing from New York in late March and did a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a hotel in Beijing. The experience was surreal. We were put into separate room, and it was a long-distance relationship across a hallway. Room and bored: One couple’s 14-day quarantine in a Beijing hotel They returned from overseas and..
Inside Italy's COVID war
The film produced by PBS , directed by Sasha Joelle Achilli, has been released. I worked as a producer in the field. Some of my images on Time . Much of the suffering wrought by COVID-19 has played out where we cannot see: in closed hospital units. With unprecedented access, award-winning filmmaker Sasha Joelle Achilli goes inside a..
Coronavirus in Haiti: Weakened by past disasters, the country was already in crisis
Ongoing project covering COVID-19 in Haiti. From my article written for The New Humanitarian: On a street corner where throngs of passers-by and neighbours stop to talk, Lelene Gentileus, a 32-year-old mother of two sells goods such as cigarettes and candy. Gentileus is no stranger to loss from diseases. Her grandmother died from cholera..
Spirits We Dance
Parenting & Family
Spirits We Dance is a poetic journey of two contemporary dancers as they show us what life is like being a disabled dancer in a harsh, urban landscape of Accra. In a tale of friendship between Afriyie and Alfred and a tale of love between a mother and daughter, Spirits We Dance takes viewers into an imaginative and surreal mindscape. A world..
NYT in print: US Virgin Island's General Attorney on the Epstein Case
Gabriella N. Baez
Fund for Jeffrey Epstein's Accusers Gets Attorney General's Approval The Virgin Islands attorney general said Mr. Epstein's estate had agreed to what she considered sufficient protections for victims' rights.
« Face à la jeunesse »
En tant que photographe de l’Est de la République démocratique du Congo, j’ai souvent photographié les paysages, les scènes de vie, les femmes et hommes en général. En photographiant le visage de ces jeunes congolais, j’ai été émerveillée par..
A family between two identities, migrating back to their ancestral land
The Washington Post
By José Sarmento Matos May 29 at 6:00 AM The Aguiars were starting over in Madeira and losing their sense of belonging and identity. Rita and Carlos Aguiar emigrated to Venezuela in 1981 chasing their “Venezuelan Dream,” and they had their five children there. In August 2017, they abandoned Venezuela, seeing no future in the..
The Nepali Honey Hunters in Dinette
My first reportage, which happen to never have been published on paper, was printed in the beautiful magasine Dinette. Magazine Dînette magazine
Malgré les rebelles, ils fabriquent le « Gouda » du Congo
Il est 8 heures du matin lorsque les gardiens de la ferme Malaïka se précipitent pour amener plusieurs dizaines des vaches vers le bas de la colline afin de les traire. Sous une température d’à peine 18°C, l’atmosphère reste fraîche et humide. Un épais nuage épouse les collines..
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