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- Do I Look Suspicious?
It was a beautiful June day in 2012. Thousands of demonstrators participated in a silent march down Fifth Avenue to protest the New York Police Department’s Stop and Frisk policy. We marched under trees, past the Guggenheim and the Met lined with weekend ...
- Writing Trauma: A Creative Writing Installation on women's survival in Gujarat, a post and present conflict zone
- The Summers of Discontent
In this photo essay reflecting on his return to Kashmir as a journalist, Talal Ansari animates some of the more recent returns to calls for independence. He guides us from the early years of the conflict through the contemporary and renewed protest ...
- The Revolution is Not Over, Yet I Yearn for the Days in Tahrir
These images of those days are at once an homage and reminder of what was precious, undefined, yet so extraordinary - and at the same time, what we constantly seek, what we have to continue to aspire to as we do the very real work of revolution. There is ...
- Political Gestures
Aparna Sindhoor's Vision of Contemporary Bharatanatyam Dance ...
- Road Warriors
Images from the Stockton Truck Drivers' Campaign ...
- There is no Kashmir, but Kashmir
There is nothing chaotic about a well-executed and long-standing military state, nor is their anything normal about men in uniforms with long archaic rifles at every street corner. Srinagar it is a city under occupation. After the October 8th South Asian ...
- Photos from the People's War in Nepal
A Photoessay ...
- The Survivors at Thikana Rehabilitation Home
A resilient five-year-old survivor named Babli personifies the hope that acid violence against girls and women in Bangladesh can end. ...
- The View from Badhwar Park