It was another fatal and devastating week of gun violence in America. As people reeled from repeated mass shootings and police murder on the streets, we looked at the Black Lives Matter protests continuing across the country following the death of Daunte Wright and Thursday publicly released videos of police killing a 13-year-old boy on March 29 Adam Toledo. Footage shows 7th graders Hands up when an officer shot him dead.
We also explore the neglected opioid crisis in British Columbia, the dire conditions immigrants continue to face at the US border, the first three months of the Biden administration, and photos of Susana Vera about people struggling to lift off the lingering COVID fog.
In brighter news, Polaroid announced the return of their circular frames, practicing divers in black water photography are helping marine scientists gain new insights into fish larvae and We took a deep dive into the primitive fashion trends you can see when you return to the street today.
And last but not least, Ivor Prickett spoke to the LensCulture about photographing Iraq and Syria and the end of the so-called caliphate of IS.
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