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The Congo's Hidden Killers

Time Magazine

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Produced by: James Nachtwey

Photographer James Nachtwey shows how the health crises created by the war in Congo can kill long after the shooting stops. More…


A Raising Voice: Afro-Latin Americans

Miami Herald

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Produced by: Ricardo Lopez

In this series, the black experience is unveiled through a journey: to Nicaragua, where a quiet but powerful civil and cultural rights movement flickers while in neighboring Honduras, the black Garifuna community fights for cultural survival; to the Dominican Republic where African lineage is not always embraced; to Brazil, home to the world's second largest population of African descent; to Cuba, where a revolution that promised equality has fallen on its commitment to erase racism; and to Colombia, where the first black general serves as an example of Afro-Latin American achievements. More…


Homeless in Suburban New Jersey

The New York Times

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Produced by: Juliet Gorman, Kareem Fahim, Tyler Hicks

Advocates for the homeless say there is only one men’s shelter with a few beds in Ocean County, which has a population of about 550,000, plus other places for children and victims of domestic violence. The county government also rents rooms in motels for hundreds of homeless people. More…


The Women of Kabul

The Washington Post

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Produced by: Paula Lerner, Nancy Donaldson, Brian Cordyack

Five years after the Taliban fled Kabul under the cover of night, signs of fragile but real progress abound. Simple pleasures once prohibited - song and dance, the flutter of kites - have resumed. And for the first time, women and girls once repressed under Taliban rule are able to take better control of their lives and their futures. More…


Bloodline: AIDS and Family

MediaStorm

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Produced by: Kristen Ashburn and Mediastorm

The AIDS pandemic continues to devastate sub-Saharan Africa. Two million people died from the disease in 2005 alone. Twelve million children have lost at least one parent. The statistics are staggering. Kristen Ashburn's images remind us how tenuous our connection is to each other. In doing so, they show that what matters most is the care extended to those in need. More…


Orphaned by AIDS: A Crisis in Swaziland

The Los Angeles Times

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Produced by: Carolyn Cole

Swaziland, one of the poorest regions in Africa, has the world's highest known rates of HIV infection and AIDS. Approximately 70,000 children younger than 17 have lost one or both parents to AIDS. More…


Blighted Homeland

The Los Angeles Times

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Produced by: MediaStorm, Gail Fisher, Vincent Craig

From 1944 to 1986, 3.9 million tons of uranium ore were extracted from Navajo homeland, nearly all for use in America's atomic arsenal. Navajos inhaled dust, drank contaminated water and built homes using sand and rock from the mines and mills. More…


Ten from 20 to 30

The Boston Herald

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Produced by: Scott LaPierre

They are natives or newcomers, flooding Boston for college and jobs, coloring the city's complexion as dramatically as the changing leaves along Commonwealth Ave. Baby boomers may dominate the demographic landscape in the country as a whole, but here in this city of learning and discovery, young people in their 20s are at the hub of life, making up 23 percent of Boston's population. More…


Turning Heads: Portraits of Grace, Inspiration, and Possibilities

Lawrence Journal-World

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Produced by: Harry Langdon, Jackson Hunsicker

The spark for this collection of gorgeous and inspiring photographs of women who've become bald from chemotherapy was film and television writer Hunsicker's initial reaction to her own cancer diagnosis: the fear of becoming bald trumped her fears of mere death. The resulting book is powerful medicine, and not just for women undergoing cancer treatment. More…


The City's Cost of a Life Redeemed

San Francisco Chronicle

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Produced by: Brant Ward and Kevin Fagan

For the past three years, Chronicle reporter Kevin Fagan and Chronicle photographer Brant Ward followed Georgia Mitchell, a 55-year-old homeless woman in San Francisco. Through the help of the city's services, Mitchell is now off the streets and living in a supportive housing complex. More…