How Fatherhood Alters Your View of the World

How Fatherhood Alters Your View of the World

Rian Dundon & David Gonzalez

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The New York Times. Following the birth of his daughter, Rian Dundon documented the messiness and gravity surrounding his new role in life.

Ranching Families on Cheyenne River Reservation Face a Choice

 Ranching Families on Cheyenne River Reservation Face a Choice

Kenneth Dickerman, Emily Schiffer, Dawnee LeBeau & Sylvia Picotte

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The Washington Post. Staying in an industry they can’t keep up with or leaving the only life they’ve known.

A Stay at Kings County

A Stay at Kings County

Charlie Gross

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The New York Review of Books. While for some their stays at Kings County may pave the way back to stability, many have daunting prognoses and face a healthcare system that all but guarantees future trips back to the psych ER. 

'It's Not Fair, Not Right': How America Treats its Black Farmers

'It's Not Fair, Not Right': How America Treats its Black Farmers

Debbie Weingarten & Audra Mulkern

FEATURES | PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The Guardian. Sugarcane farmers can’t survive without large crop loans. For the Provosts, who say they suffered decades of discrimination, this could be the end of the line.

High-Country Colorado Towns Wrangle Big-City Problems with Homelessness

High-Country Colorado Towns Wrangle Big-City Problems with Homelessness

Nancy Lofolm & Scott DW Smith

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The Colorado Sun. “No camping” signs have popped up in Durango's parks and greenways. Homeless residents have had to scatter and hide, the victims of a crisis of homelessness in the tourist town.

Lauren Greenfield's Gilt Edge

Lauren Greenfield's Gilt Edge

Alissa Quart

PHOTOGRAPHY | ANALYSIS

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksLauren Greenfield’s work provides a shocking, rigorous, and needed visual language for society’s worst excesses.

The War on Rats in Claremont Village

The War on Rats in Claremont Village

Michael Simpson & Ed Alvarez

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with CityLimits.org, produced by the Bronx Photo League, a project of the Bronx Documentary CenterThe city and residents of Bronx public housing developments in Claremont Village are ramping-up efforts to eliminate a years-long rat infestation.

Ranching Life on the High Plains of Montana

Ranching Life on the High Plains of Montana

Elliott Woods

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with the GuardianElliott D. Woods spent time in Phillips County in northern Montana, where public land is a source of life to which ranchers are intimately connected. If the plan to transfer lands to the states succeeds, it will mean a radical restructuring of the economy and the culture of the West.

What the Final Moments of Homeless People Can Teach Us

What the Final Moments of Homeless People Can Teach Us

Amy DePaul & Gema Galiana

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with Capital & Main and O.C. WeeklyThey live so differently from us that it shouldn’t be surprising how differently they die.

The Apple Pickers of the Yakima Valley

The Apple Pickers of the Yakima Valley

David Bacon

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The AtlanticA photo essay Scenes from the daily lives of farmworkers in central Washington

Documenting Blodgett Homes

Documenting Blodgett Homes

Sarah Stacke & Johanne Rahaman

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with Oxford AmericanWith Rahaman and Cherlise’s collaboration, the story of Blodgett Homes becomes one of family ties and resistance against the erasure of a community.

Objects to Remind You of Your Loved One Locked Away in Jail

Objects to Remind You of Your Loved One Locked Away in Jail

Zora J Murff

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The GuardianThe Philadelphia-area women interviewed by Lisa Riordan Seville and Zara Katz were asked to choose one object they hold on to to remind themselves of their loved ones currently serving time.

The Women Who Ride for Hours to Visit Loved Ones in Prison

The Women Who Ride for Hours to Visit Loved Ones in Prison

Zora J Murff

PHOTOGRAPHY

Co-published with The GuardianThey all use the van service provided by Bridging the Gap, based in Philadelphia, for personal reasons but are united by one thing: commitment to and love for the men in their lives.

Behind Bars, Beyond Means: the Crushing Expense of Loving Someone in Prison

Behind Bars, Beyond Means: the Crushing Expense of Loving Someone in Prison

Lisa Riordan Seville & Zara Katz

PHOTOGRAPHY | ANALYSIS

Co-published with The GuardianWhen Kristal Bush’s mother nearly went broke from the expense of visiting her son in prison, Kristal saw an opportunity to connect Philadelphia families to loved ones locked up hours away – and Bridging the Gap was born

Standing Rock's Pipeline Fight Brought Hope, Then More Misery

Standing Rock's Pipeline Fight Brought Hope, Then More Misery

Phil McKenna and Cassi Alexandra

NEWS | ANALYSIS

Co-published with InsideClimate News and The Huffington PostThe losing fight over the Dakota Access oil pipeline has brought into high relief the dire living conditions of the Standing Rock Sioux and other Native Americans.