This house in particular was also next to another abandoned house which was totally in shambles. I just felt like there was a history there and I wanted to connect with it, even if I didn't know what the history…
By Corinne Segal
Three weeks after terrorists attacked their city, Parisians are speaking loud and clear -- through street art.
By Corinna Kern
Sangomas carry forward a long history of traditional healing in the Zulu, Swazi, Xhosa and Ndebele traditions of South Africa.
By Michael Santiago
"Afro Native Narratives," a documentary and photo project, documents the stories of Black Native people.
By Danielle Miles
If you took all of the African-ness away from New Orleans, there would be very little left.
I was born in the oldest inhabited capital in the world, Damascus. For almost five years, I have watched my country being torn apart.
Jerome Avenue in the Bronx is a hub of working class families, but residents worry that their way of life could be at risk under a proposed idea to rezone 57 blocks along the street.
By Laurent Kronental
For four years, I have photographed the seniors living in the large estates of the Parisian suburbs, constructed after World War II to house migrants.
By Micha Paulateer
Every time I ask my 11-year old brother Malachai what he wants to be when he grows up, he replies, "A police officer." But in the eyes of the world, he is a child.
By Tia Thompson
Eddie posted up on D.C.'s Georgia Avenue every Sunday, all summer, in front of a couple hipster bars, hoping people would get used to seeing him enough to let him stay and pay him to shine their boots.
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