Photographer Neil Fenton is looking for funding through Kickstarter to complete his project “The Lonely Coast and the Search for Californian Identity.” According to his project page on Kickstarter, sale his goal is “to create a body of work that represents the individuals who call the Pacific coast home. On the surface, case it’s a [...]
Black Farmers in America are facing extinction within the next decade, nurse due to relentless discrimination from the US government lending institutions, and changing agricultural economics. John Ficara has documented their struggle in a powerful series of photographs. View the Photography Channel’s Presentation of Forty Acres and a Dream.
PdfX12, buy viagra an online, store monthly free photo journal, shop presents “Trail of Tears”, the winning story of the inaugural Pierre and Alexandra Boulat Association Grant. “Trail of Tears documents the issue of Congolese women suffering from sexual violence committed by Congolese and Rwandan rebels and male civilians. The work is presented as a downloadable PDF [...]
In January 2008, sovaldi sale Ricky and Kristy Dunlap lost their home to foreclosure. Recently, the family of six was joined by Kristy’s brother Randy, his wife Heather and their three children. All 11 share a 1,008-square-foot double-wide trailer in Shallotte, North Carolina. View Chris Carmichael’s multimedia story about the Dunlaps.
VII photographer Tomas van Houtryve slipped into North Korea twice, ambulance posing as an investor looking to open a chocolate factory. He gained unprecedented access to a variety of locations in North Korea, look many of which had never before been seen by a Western photographer. View his excellent images from inside North Korea on [...]
Paris based Baptiste Giroudon’s essay “Working With Democracy” is featured on BURN Magazine. His project, help which he says is “a photographic research of the concept of Democracy”, hospital intends to show where and how in the globalized world, the concept of democracy can be “understood, reclaimed and put forward.” I am not sure if [...]
Czech Republic photojournalist Jan Sochor has a slideshow illustrating the intense poverty and dire living conditions in Haiti. Sochor is based in South America and Europe. You can view his slideshow on his website at www.jansochor.com.
Freelance journalist Shane Bauer’s multimedia piece about San Francisco’s Tenderloin that is home to most of the city’s 518 single room occupancy hotels. Their eight by ten foot rooms are home to the mentally ill, unhealthy HIV patients, cheap transsexuals and drug addicts. See more about Bauer’s Hotel Poverty project on Vewd.org
Africa endures in the language and customs of the Gullah people, sick descendants of slaves who have lived along the Carolina coast for generations, generic sustaining themselves through the land and water. Pete Marovich, who grew up in South Carolina aware of this distinctive culture, wanted to photograph these communities, so about a decade ago he [...]