The Beating of the Heart

by Brendan Hoffman

In March 2011, Webster City’s main employer, Electrolux, shut down and moved to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The company and its predecessors had made washing machines in the small Iowa town of 8,000 under various brand names since 1937, and then…

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Nagorno-Karabakh: War in Slow Motion

by Brendan Hoffman

Nagorno-Karabakh is a small mountainous territory in the South Caucasus caught in limbo. Officially part of Azerbaijan, it has functioned as a region of Armenia since the two former Soviet republics fought a bloody war over the land as the…

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Brotherland: War in Ukraine

by Brendan Hoffman

Since protests in Kyiv drove President Viktor Yanukovych from power in February 2014, Eastern Ukraine has been convulsed by a rebel insurgency, inflamed by Russia, that has evolved into a full-fledged war centered in the provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk –…

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2016 Iowa Caucus

by Max Whittaker

Another four years have passed and once again the circus of presidential candidates and accompanying media descended on the state of Iowa for the first real vote of the campaign. The New York Times sent me to Iowa for the…

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The American Country Veterinarian

by Lance Rosenfield

Country Vet Zachary Vosburg in Hampton, Iowa is one of a dwindling breed of large animal doctors serving rural American family farms. These images were shot on assignment for a story written by Ted Conover, “Cattle Calls” in Harper’s Magazine,…

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XIEC

by Christian Rodriguez

The Vietnam Circus Federation was founded by Ta Duy Hien (1889-1966) on January 16, 1956. It began as a private company to provide opportunities for artists to work in the circus, training them through circus school and bringing them together…

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A Quiet Defiance: The Women’s War in Mali

by Katie Orlinsky

Mali has been long been known for both its rich ancient Islamic history, and its modern vibrant culture. But over the past two years, many of these features were almost permanently destroyed, when jihadi militants took over the cities of…

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Juarez Women’s Prison

by Katie Orlinsky

Over the past three years there has been a 400 percent increase in the number of women imprisoned for federal crimes in Mexico. Ciudad Juarez is the most dangerous city in Mexico, plagued by drug war violence, not to mention…

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Innocence Assassinated: Living in Mexico’s Drug War

by Katie Orlinsky

Mexico’s drug war is more than an armed conflict. It is a humanitarian crisis that has changed the lives of tens of thousands of innocent people. “Innocence Assassinated” focuses on the living victims of the war: orphans, widows, female inmates…

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Children Do Not Migrate, They Flee.

by Katie Orlinsky

When a massive influx of Central American children streamed across the U.S.-Mexican border last year, it sparked a political crisis, and a heated debate about the causes of this “surge.” U.S. politicians argued that the children were coming merely for…

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A Mixe Flower

by Christian Rodriguez

A Mixe Flower Gloria, 13, belongs to the Mixe Community of Maluco, a small village in the north of the “Itsmo de Tehuantepec”, Oaxaca Mexico. She lives with her mother and 8 of her 10 siblings who are between 4…

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The Spring Thaw

by Katie Orlinsky

This series of diptychs were taken in May 2015 and June 2015 during this past year’s abnormally fast spring thaw and are part of a larger work in progress about the impacts of climate change across Alaska. Scientists call Alaska “ground zero” for climate…

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