By Lucian Perkins
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Art is still very hot as over 50,000 people, including some wealthy collectors and famous artists, descended on Miami for a week of art buying and schmoozing.
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December 15, 2012 Driving into Newtown, Connecticut yesterday afternoon, there was crying. Hugs. Candles. Downcast faces. Whispered greetings and forced smiles. More than a thousand people attended a memorial service held last night for the dead children and their guardians murdered in school by a deranged young man, in what has become an utterly depressing […]
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Facing Change and Le Monde collaboration – In the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. FCDA photographers Alan Chin, Andrew Lichtenstein document the damage and recovery effort. View the Le Monde slideshow here.
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Facing Change and Le Monde collaboration – the American Crisis – 8th of 10 stories. FCDA photographer Alan Chin visits ailing Scranton, Pennsylvania, Joe Biden’s hometown, hit hard by the recession. View the Le Monde slideshow here.
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Facing Change and Le Monde collaboration – the American Crisis – 7th of 10 stories. FCDA photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz follows migrant workers in Illinois and North Carolina. View the Le Monde slide show here.
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Facing Change and Le Monde collaboration – the American Crisis – 6th of 10 stories. FCDA photographer Andrew Lichtenstein documents the swearing-in of new Americans. VIEW the Le Monde slide show here
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Facing Change and Le Monde collaboration – the American Crisis – 4th of 10 stories FCDA photographer Alan Chin looks at a tank factory town in Ohio as it struggles with the military withdrawal in Iraq and Afghanistan. VIEW the Le Monde slide show here.
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“Occupy This,” an exhibition at American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center in Washington, D.C., will be up until October 21. There will be a gallery talk on Monday, September 17 at 9 am, and a reception on Thursday, September 20, from 5-8pm at the museum. OCCUPY THIS! Combines art, photojournalism, historic documents, and […]
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Two days before the opening of the Democratic National Convention, protesters marched through downtown Charlotte to address a number of issues, including foreclosures, student loans, the crackdown on illegal immigrants, gay rights, jobs, labor issues, and the environment. (Above) 16-year-old Brett Heinz (left) and 17-year-old Scott Learner join the march. The mood was festive with estimates of […]
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