Uncovering Forgotten African-American Graves

Uncovering Forgotten African-American Graves

Brian Palmer

PHOTOGRAPHY | MULTIMEDIA

Co-published with NarrativelyIn Richmond, Virginia, an overgrown cemetery had become a dreary dumpsite. Now a crew of volunteers is making sure these bygone lives don’t get lost to history.

These Abandoned Black Cemeteries Were Long Forgotten — Until Now

These Abandoned Black Cemeteries Were Long Forgotten — Until Now

Brian Palmer

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with BuzzFeed. A group of volunteers has been working to reclaim two neglected Virginia cemeteries from nature’s grasp.

At Larkin Street

At Larkin Street

Preston Gannaway/GRAIN

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with California Sunday. Forty-eight percent of San Francisco’s homeless youth are LGBTQ. Many find their way to the city’s largest youth homeless shelter.

 

The Next Stop for Detained Immigrant Families

The Next Stop for Detained Immigrant Families

Black Box

PHOTOGRAPHY | NEWS

Co-published with NarrativelyAfter they are released from the largest detention center in the country, immigrant families find a lifeline in a modest San Antonio home.

The Nation’s Largest Immigration Detention Center

The Nation’s Largest Immigration Detention Center

Black Box

PHOTOGRAPHY | NEWS

Co-published with The New York TimesWelcome to Dilley, Texas, the small town that's at the heart of the national immigration debate.

The Forgotten Working-Class Millennials

The Forgotten Working-Class Millennials

Johanne Rahaman

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with Fusion. For working-class millennials, especially those of color, the stereotype of the lazy and entitled parasite just doesn't fit.

The American Opiate Epidemic

The American Opiate Epidemic

Michelle Frankfurter

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with Fast Company Co.EXIST. Portsmouth, Ohio, is a small Rust Belt city ravaged by job loss and economic stagnation. Over time, prescription painkillers replaced the American Dream. When even the pills became too expensive, heroin replaced everything.

Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis

Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis

Joseph Rodriguez

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The New York TimesPuerto Rico's growing debt is causing the population to migrate en masse in search of better opportunities. But what about those who can't leave?

A Thousand Midnights

A Thousand Midnights

Carlos Javier Ortiz

PHOTOGRAPHY | MULTIMEDIA

Co-published with The New Yorker and The Atlantic. The breathtaking visual legacy of the Great Migration, which saw millions of African-Americans leave the South for the North.

 

Soccer on the Street

Soccer on the Street

Preston Gannaway

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with ESPNThe story of a transgender woman and her soccer team, composed of other homeless people. The team helps its members fight isolation and bring visibility to their struggle.

The Forgotten Niagara

The Forgotten Niagara

Michelle Siu

PHOTOGRAPHY | MULTIMEDIA

Co-published with Discovery's Seeker Network. At the height of its popularity in the fifties, tourists flocked to Niagara, New York, to visit one of the world's natural wonders. Today, the city has become the poster child for urban decay.

Lessons on Life, Love, and Connectedness

Lessons on Life, Love, and Connectedness

Matt Eich

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with National Geographic. Matt Eich has been photographing the Sellers, a low-income family with two deaf children, for ten years. As they've grown closer, Matt has been given intimate access to the Sellers' lives.

The Urgent State of Childcare

The Urgent State of Childcare

Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with Feature Shoot. This apocalyptic photo series explores the bleak, desperate circumstances that many American children face.

An Immigrant Mother's Struggle

An Immigrant Mother's Struggle

Alice Proujansky

PHOTOGRAPHY

David Rosenberg writes on Slate's Behold blog about Alice Proujansky getting to know Guido and Blanca while shooting "Class Struggles".