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The People of Clouds
The People of Clouds documents the unraveling of one the world's oldest farming cultures in the Mixteca region of southern Mexico, where land erosion and collapsing corn prices from free trade are bleeding communities dry. An "environmental disaster zone" in the words of the World Bank, up to five meters of topsoil have been lost in some areas, and some communities have lost 80% of their population to migration to the United States.
Photographer Matt Black's work has documented rural poverty, migration, and the social and environmental impact of modern agriculture for over a decade. A native of rural California, he lives in the state's Central Valley.
A Woman's War
Photographer: Elizabeth D. Herman
A Woman's War documents the lives of women engaged in recent conflicts worldwide, as well as thei...
Epidemic - TB in the Global Community
Photographer: David Rochkind
The statistics are alarming. In 2009, there were 9.4 million new cases of tuberculosis (TB)...
World View of Global Warming
Photographer: Gary Braasch
The goal of World View of Global Warming is to illustrate the physical changes and compelling sci...
Life in Peril
Tanzanian Albino People
Photographer: Rozarii Lynch
Despite being a significant portion of the population, albino people in Tanzania are under- repre...
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