Seven photographers share some of the ethical considerations that are most present in their minds when working on stories close to home.
For sisters Swati and Gayatri Goswami, social isolation as their home has become the safest place for them.
When Duch, the director of Tuol Sleng (or S-21) prison died at the age of 77 in September last year, Youk Change, the director of the…
Sharing stories from across the African continent by the talented members of the African Photojournalism Database.
‘A Thousand Thorns’ follows Pushpa and Pushta, two young women working as forest guards in the arid region of the Thar desert, in India.
The chair of the 2021 World Press Photo Contest jury shares eight of her favorite nominated photos and stories.
The chair of the 2021 World Press Photo Digital Storytelling Contest jury talks about this year’s nominees
‘A State of Erosion: A Legacy of Hydro in Manitoba’s North’ explores environmental colonialism in northern Manitoba, Canada.
The discussion about suicide is a taboo among people of color (POC) and it is often dismissed.
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