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How photojournalist Carey Wagner collaborates with CARE to inspire action one letter at a time

May 2, 2016 |

Zaher, center, reads his letter from WWII refugee Gunter Nitsch. All photos by and used with permission from Carey Wagner and CARE. 

 

By: Rachael Cerrotti

Rachael Cerrotti is a Boston-based freelance photographer and writer, as well as a 2015 ivoh summit … Read More

Art of the burqa: exploring the many narratives of the women under the veil

April 18, 2016 |

“My Motherland Beach” by Hangama Amiri. All photos courtesy of OF NOTE Magazine.

 

 By Celeste Hamilton Dennis

 

Celeste is an editor at OF NOTE Magazine and freelance writer living in Portland, Oregon. When she’s not working on her book of … Read More

How Mike Kamber, co-founder of the Bronx Documentary Center, hopes to educate a new generation of photographers

March 28, 2016 |

Exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center. All images provided by Mike Kamber. 

 

By Les Neuhaus

Les Neuhaus is a former foreign correspondent, having covered events across East and Central Africa, and the Middle East. He now works as a … Read More

Seis del Sur: six Nuyorican photographers reclaim the identity of the Bronx

March 21, 2016 |

“Popper,” Roseland Ballroom, 1980 by Joe Conzo. All photos courtesy of Seis del Sur.

 

By: Rachael Cerrotti

Rachael Cerrotti is a Boston-based freelance photographer and writer, as well as a 2015 ivoh summit attendee. You can follow her on Twitter @RachaelCerrotti or Instagram @RCerrotti.

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How one photographer has changed the lives of women in Kampala’s Acholi community

February 15, 2016 |

Auma Esther, with her baby strapped to her back, picks vegetables that are grown in the individual sack gardens planted through Project Have Hope’s agricultural initiatives. All images by and courtesy of Karen Sparacio.

 

By: Rachael Cerrotti

Rachael Cerrotti is … Read More

How the Aftermath Project uses post-conflict photography to help build peace after war

February 8, 2016 |

Muslim widows are seen here during the prayer for the dead offered at the groundbreaking of a memorial site for the 7,000 to 8,000 Muslim men and boys who were massacred by Bosnian Serb forces in 1995. Photo by Sara … Read More

New York Times launches month-long photography project to draw attention to black history

February 3, 2016 |

Throughout February, The New York Times will feature unpublished photos from its archives in honor of Black History Month.

The timely and reflective images are accompanied by short written pieces about race and history. The interactive project titled, “Unpublished Black … Read More

Rebecca Solnit & Carrie Schneider share thoughts on art, human connection & reading during recent community conversation

January 29, 2016 |

Schneider (left) and Solnit in conversation at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Images below are from the series Reading Women by Carrie Schneider. Images courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery. 

A few weeks … Read More

How a photojournalist tells the stories of refugees in Minnesota

January 25, 2016 |

Leng Yang born in Hmong village in Loas in 1961. Photo by and courtesy of James Bowey.

By Joe Dyton

Joe Dyton (@JoeDyton) is a freelance journalist and copywriter … Read More

How a photographer’s public art installation is helping a community see itself more clearly

December 4, 2015 |

Omowunmi Martins was one of eight people who agreed to have her photograph reproduced on a large-scale banner, amid the public bustle of downtown Providence. She and her husband are native to Nigeria. She was a soldier and a mechanic in … Read More