I Captured the Migrant Caravan First-Hand Through Mexico

I grew up in Iztapalapa, in the eastern part of Mexico City. Since I was little, I’ve lived with migration constantly in front of me: close friends and family have had to leave to find a better life for themselves. This has sparked my interest in the topic, because the migrants I photograph reflect the people I know who have migrated too.

Jewish Enough to Feel the Difference Under Trump

A resurgence of anti-semitism in the US is scary to me as a Jew. Recognizing it as heralding the collapse of a humane, democratic international order is scary to me as an inhabitant of the world.

Can You Teach AI to Dance?

Foster Care’s Burn Book on Me

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