Over a year has passed since reports of George Floyd’s death resurfaced outrage, erupting in a new wave of the Black Lives Matter movement sending ripples throughout the United States and further. 40 years ago, London’s Brixton riots fought a similar battle against police brutality and direct segregation.
Tag: Photo Essay
The Airborne Tri Team was created to help veterans face and conquer their physical and mental struggles through physical fitness, but it has grown into much more than that.
Photographing the creative ways women in sport have been affected by the pandemic professionally and personally, Maryam takes us to her home town to discover the lives and tell their stories.
Documenting the lives of those whose stories deserve to be heard, New York based photographer, Thomas Hengge's photo essay depicts the lives of the Jackowski family. As the coronavirus began to make headlines in the United States, Chris Jackowski, a long-time Teamster and volunteer firefighter from Long Island, fell ill with what they thought was the flu. Today, his name is counted among the first 30 known deaths caused by the Coronavirus.