Author: Sarah Stacke

Sarah Stacke is a photographer and writer who develops daily life stories about people living in under-resourced and narrowly represented communities that have been created by intersections of history, culture, and forced geographies. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, the New Yorker, and National Geographic, and she teaches at Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies and the International Center of 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.

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