William Brown, 23. What issue or cause is on your mind this year? Ebola.
William Brown, 23 years old Question: What issue or cause is on your mind this year? Answer: EbolaGeordie Wood for MSNBC
William Brown, 23. What issue or cause is on your mind this year? Ebola.
Michael Ighodaro, Williams Rashidi and friends at the Coney Island Boardwalk during the fourth of July fireworks display. Though the numbers haven’t been formally tracked, immigration equality advocates say that LGBT Nigerians, especially gay men, are increasingly looking to the United States for asylum. The exit of LGBT people seeking asylum from countries like Nigeria and Uganda, that have intolerant laws is unprecedented. Coney Island, New York, July, 2014
Eritrean Wedding in Haifa, Israel.
Antonio Garcia, 26, carries a bucket full of clusters of grapes at a wineyard of Chateau Planeres on Aug. 28, 2014 in Perpignan, France.
Violence in Rio de Janeiro
Procession of St. Bartolomeu. São Bartolomeu do Mar, Portugal. 2011.
William Brown, 23 years old Question: What issue or cause is on your mind this year? Answer: Ebola
Geordie Wood for MSNBC
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Photojournalism Daily: Sept. 30, 2014

Sep 30, 2014

Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Geordie Wood's portraits of young people taken at the Global Citizen Festival, a New York-based event organized to help eradicate poverty. Wood's straightforward portraits are accompanied by the subjects' answers to the question: "What issue or cause is on your mind this year?"

Geordie Wood: The Global Issues Confronting Today's Youth (MSNBC)

Rahima Gambo: Gay Africans Seeking Asylum in New York (The New York Times Lens blog) Photographs of young gay Nigerian men adapting to life in the United States.

Malin Fezehai: A Kind of Purgatory: African Refugees in Israel (Burn magazine) Documenting the desperate situation of tens of thousands of African asylum seekers in Israel, with access to only temporary visas and no right to work. The work was also published on TIME LightBox earlier this year.

David Ramos: Harvest for the world: France's army of grape-pickers (The Guardian) Thousands of Spaniards head across the border every year to work the grape harvest.

João Pina (Ventana Latina) Ten questions with the Portuguese photographer who recently published a book, Condor, looking at the legacy of military dictatorships in Latin America.

Eduardo Leal (Verve Photo) Short feature on another Portuguese imagemaker, who writes about photographing a religious ritual in his home country.

Todd Hido (American Photo) The photographer and bookmaker explains what makes a great photobook.

Photojournalism Links is a compilation of the most interesting photojournalism found on the web, curated by Mikko Takkunen, Associate Photo Editor at TIME. Follow him on Twitter @photojournalism.

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