Stories East of the River>>
by Chloe Borkett
/Republic of Moldova
Stories East of the River takes an intimate journey into the lives of the new generation growing up in the unrecognized country of Transdniester, the breakaway territory between Moldova and Ukraine in Eastern Europe.
Disabled Farming in Ghana: Defying the Odds>>
by Keith Bratton
In Ghana, disabled people often become outcasts in their villages. Some of the factors leading to this fate can include villagers' lack of understanding about disabilities, families shunning their children who have a disability because of the perceived shame that it brings to the family,...
India's Third Gender>>
by Miguel Candela
Known to provide good luck in religious ceremonies, the 'hijra' -term known in India to men who are castrated but who do not complete the sex change process- transvestites and transgenders also face the inflexibility of a society that condemns them and suffer police abuse, begging and prostitution ...
by Keiko Hiromi
Jacques Cabaret (est 1931) is the oldest drag queen cabaret bar in Boston, MA.
by Karen Kasmauski
/ Sudan, Malawi, Tanzania, Nigeria and Sierra Leone
The photographs are taken over the last three years in Sudan, Malawi, Tanzania, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, documenting programs supported by local and international organizations addressing women's issues and poverty. This work illuminates positive examples of female empowerment in a variety ...
The Common Man and Dying Trades>>
by Ron Nicolaysen
This exhibit depicts dying trades, once handed down from father to son (parent to child). Trades that are now being swallowed up by large companies producing similar products at a lesser cost to the consumer, but sacrificing quality.
Midwives Save Lives>>
by Paolo Patruno
Midwives are women, mothers, who devote their life to providing safe motherhood to others women and mothers. Access to skilled care from a trained midwife during pregnancy, childbirth and after delivery is key to saving a mother's life and that of her child. Midwives, who are overwhelmingly ...
One Person Crying: Women and War>>
by Marissa Roth
The topic of women and war has taken photographer Marissa Roth to numerous countries over a span of 29 years. It began in 1984 in the former Yugoslavia, home of her Jewish grandparents, murdered by Hungarian Fascists in 1942, and a 1988 Los Angeles Times photo assignment about the plight of ...
Gotti: From "El Rey" to Fatherhood>>
by Edwin Torres
Edwin Torres' photography project "Gotti: From El Rey to Fatherhood" tells an American story. City-dwellers, especially those living in the outer neighborhoods of the outer boroughs, can vouch for me on this point. The story is mainly centered around Gotti, an ex-Latin King gang ...