Mark Jerry, who along with his adopted daughter was turned away from an Ebola clinic a day prior, rests at his grandmother?s home in Monrovia, Liberia.
The New York Times: Ebola Ravages a Liberian FamilyMark Jerry, sick with Ebola, initially maintained denials about the illnesses that ravaged his family. Mr. Jerry is the only member of the Doryen family to have contracted Ebola and survived.Daniel Berehulak—The New York Times/Redux
Mark Jerry, who along with his adopted daughter was turned away from an Ebola clinic a day prior, rests at his grandmother?s home in Monrovia, Liberia.
Nigerian model Bumni Ademokoya waits backstage to be dressed before a show with Stoned Cherrie, a fashion label, at the African Fashion International Cape Town fashion week on Aug. 13, 2010, at the Cape Town International Convention Center, in Cape Town, South Africa.
A hand-made chess game played by a Spanish hostage who was held by the Islamic State forces against other hostages during the nearly six months he was held in Syria.
The New York Times: Ebola Ravages a Liberian FamilyMark Jerry, sick with Ebola, initially maintained denials about the i
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Photojournalism Daily: Nov. 17, 2014

Nov 17, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Daniel Berehulak’s photographs of a Liberian family ravaged by Ebola. The pictures document the extended Doryen family that has lost seven members from three generations to the disease, demonstrating its devastating and deadly ramifications as relatives have cared for their sick and then contracted the virus themselves. The fear of contagion has raised divisions within families and turned upside-down one of the pillars of society there: touch.

Daniel Berehulak: Ebola Ravages a Liberian Family (The New York Times)

Per-Anders Petterson: Africa Fashion (TIME LightBox) These photographs take us behind the scenes of the continent's growing fashion industry.

Photographing the Unphotographable (The New Yorker) Teju Cole interviews photographer Glenna Gordon about her work, especially two still-life series: one on objects left behind by Nigerian girls abducted by Boko Haram and the other on the belongings used by ISIS' Western hostages.

John G. Morris (Frontline Club) A video recording of the legendary photo editor's recent discussion with Contact Press Images President Robert Pledge at London's Frontline Club.

Karla Gachet (Ventana Latina) The Ecuadorian, Quito-based photographer talks about her inspirations.

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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