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Capt. George Morris, commander of B Company, 2-502 Infantry, and his soldiers hit the ground running in the opening salvo of Operation “Patriot Strike.” The soldiers detained ten suspected al-Qaeda conspirators and seized weapons and bomb-making supplies. Ubaydi, Iraq December 29, 2007
July 2, 2014 | Blog

Veteran photojournalist Michael Kamber has put together a photographic and oral history of the Iraq War to document photojournalism in the war. Continue reading

Images of abject suffering and deprivation on the Gulf Coast were laid bare by Hurricane Katrina – not just suffering caused by the hurricane’s destructive path, but vivid portraits exposing the numbing poverty of tens of thousands of Mississippi and Louisiana families prior to the storm. (Credit: Brenda Ann Kenneally)
April 5, 2013
See images of poverty from around the nation documented by photojournalists from AmericanPoverty.org.
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October 12, 2012

Photographer James Balog captures climate change in action with dramatic images of transformed landscapes. Continue reading

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October 11, 2012

Photographer James Balog talks about documenting the erosion of glaciers around the world, and what his footage tells us about the state of our planet. Continue reading

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July 19, 2012

Take a vivid tour of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, where nearly half the people live below the poverty line. Continue reading

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September 21, 2007 | Bill Moyers Journal (2007-2010)

Artist Chris Jordan explores feelings about consumerism with his incredible garbage photographs that attempt to quantify how much stuff Americans throw away each minute. Continue reading