The “You Belong” sign in a yard in Pittsburgh. Photo by Justin Parisi.
By Kara Newhouse
Kara Newhouse is the creator and host of the Women in STEM podcast and a 2015 ivoh summit attendee. You can follow her on Twitter at @KaraNewhouse.
Jennifer Crandall talks with Billy Wayne Corkerin on a day of shooting Verse 43 for “Whitman, Alabama.” Lucy Corkerin is also pictured. All photos courtesy of Crandall.
By Kara Newhouse
Kara Newhouse is the creator and host of the Women in STEM …
Oday Abu Snina jumps in the air with Jerusalem’s iconic Dome of the Rock in the background. All photos by and courtesy of Genevieve Belmaker.
By Genevieve Belmaker
Genevieve is an award-winning American freelance journalist based in Jerusalem, Israel …
How Mike Kamber, co-founder of the Bronx Documentary Center, hopes to educate a new generation of photographersMarch 28, 2016 | Gloria Muñoz
Exhibit at the Bronx Documentary Center. All images provided by Mike Kamber.
By Les Neuhaus
Les Neuhaus is a former foreign correspondent, having covered events across East and Central Africa, and the Middle East. He now works as a …
As a former Detroiter with ongoing ties and affection for the city, I found myself swinging between despair and hope as I read Monica Davey’s New York Times piece about the various schemes plotting its resurrection.
The story reminded me of several I reported as city-county bureau chief for the Free Press nearly 40 years ago. As far as I know, none of the elaborate plans for mass transit or neighborhood development that I wrote about ever finished the journey from idea to reality.
That’s one reason I was struck by the last couple of graphs of Davey’s story.
In a remarkable story today in Deadline Detroit, Bill McGraw contrasts Detroit’s currently grim reality with a week nearly 62 years ago when the city celebrated its 250th birthday and was hailed as, among other things, “brash, ingenious, emphatic and go-getting” (by TIME magazine, no less).
McGraw raises the key question: “If Detroit can decline so drastically in six decades, could it not stage a recovery of some sort over the next 60 years?”