Author: Nina Robinson

Nina Robinson is an award-winning documentary photographer, educator, Fujifilm Ambassador, and Economic Hardship Reporting Fellow, known for her tender, cinematic, and visceral work. Her photography has been featured on international platforms such as Netflix, Lifetime, Rolling Stone, New York Times, and TIME, among others. She covers stories across the US, breaking visual prejudices of race, gender, class, and age. Robinson is particularly interested in themes of home, memory, endings, and beginnings, and how they manifest in the world and in each of us. Her ability to find strength and meaning in the quiet, introspective moments is a defining characteristic of her work.

Co-published with The Guardian. The killing of George Floyd sparked protests across America. Here, those who have taken to the street in Minneapolis explain what moved them to action.

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