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9 photo stories that challenge your view of the world

After the horrifying shootings in Atlanta and the intensification of calls to protect Asian Americans from violence, many asked Americans to look back at themselves and the history of violence in the country. We have reviewed the Asian American violence protests and rallies that have been warned of violence for months, and F-Stop has looked back. By Gabriele Galimberti The 2020 book Ameriguns. Nick Meyer examines the ravages of addiction, home insecurity and the decline in a small American town in his book. Local. A year after the pandemic, we asked our mums and photographers what they have learned and how they cope.

Ten years after the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Sam Clark writes about an insightful photography project, highlighting the photography found from people living in the area, not professional photographers. Call it romantic or idealistic, but Ondrej Čechvala He left his homeland to live on an old farm in the north of Slovakia. The National History Museum in London looked at female wildlife photographers, and Erica Génécé photographed stylized dancers that look like sculptures in her pictures.

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