Charles Battle’s voice, gentle and soft, is little more than a whisper when he recalls his time at war. No visible scars give testimony to his tour in Vietnam, but
When capitalism supplanted communism in Mongolia, state-run co-ops disappeared and rural communities suffered. Now the herders are bringing back the practice for their own survival.
An artist’s journey into her family’s Whiteness.
Volunteer archaeologists use dogs trained in forensics to help sort the ashes of cremated loved ones from the ashes and debris of burned homes.
The caravan movement is sustained by self-organized migrants and the volunteers who stand with them. It’s an organized, mobilized hope.
Photojournalist Rob Wilson has been traveling with the caravans from Central America to document the journey of people looking for a better life.
The myth that Appalachia is uniformly White lingers, but communities of “Affrilachians” were documented in the 1930s.
“All of these students will be voting in the next four years. We will be in the driver’s seat.”
In over 80 nations, oppressive domination has been dismantled.
PHOTO ESSAY: Everywhere, walking shoes, water bottles, and thousands of people with a lot to say.