"Tyson says that workers will not be able to travel to Mexico or their home countries in December and nobody will get a vacation" - an Arkansas poultry…
"My biggest challenge was moving from photography to film without losing my way of working - which is very intimate" - Mexican photographer Maya Goded
Thinking of Jorge Luis Borges, Pierre Menard & the act of writing, rewriting & translating
The meatpacking industry lobbied Trump to declare its workers “essential,” to keep up production in the pandemic. Unless they got sick—then they were e…
Early morning views of cactus in Mexico City. In September of the first pandemic year, a photographer I’ve known for a decade died unexpectedly. In Nov…
Messages written on the walls of a migrant shelter for girls: "I want to leave." & "If love was a drug, I would be addicted."
"When hunger overcame people, they began to put red flags outside of their homes to show that they were in a state of emergency." - Colombian photograp…
“I felt like a caged animal. I sensed how much we depend on nature and how nature began to grow and flourish in our absence. - photographer Tamara Meri…
Starry night in the Ozark Mountains I’ve been running at dusk, into the fading light - chasing it. And the impossibility of the task, of running down t…
“The truth is, I don’t know how to read. I don’t know how to write.” - Fátima, 21, asylum seeker & mother of two from Honduras
On growing up without a TV
"Everything will be all right. Don't be afraid.' - a poultry processing worker