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Jamie Lee Curtis Taete

A Photographer’s Journey Through the Dangerous New Age of Conspiracies in America

Jamie Lee Curtis Taete covered U.S. political rallies and protests he mostly found on Facebook

As Colleges Open During a Pandemic, Student Life Remains Closed

Explosion in Beirut: Photos From a City Still Reeling From the Blast

How Photographer Gordon Parks Examined Racism Embedded in the Criminal Justice System

Study: Climate Change Pushes Polar Bears Towards Extinction

10 Asian Americans Reflect on Racism During the Pandemic and the Need for Equality

Diseases and outbreaks have long been used to rationalize xenophobia: HIV was blamed on Haitian Americans, the 1918 influenza pandemic on German Americans, the swine…

A Socially Distant Father’s Day at an L.A. Nursing Home Is a Welcome, Though Difficult Event

A Family and City in Mourning: Scenes From George Floyd's Funeral

Photographers Share What They Experienced While Covering Protests Across America

I’m a Black U.S. Vet and a Former Police Officer. I Decided to Speak Up With My Camera