Amy Yang

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Where She Went

• <b>Author:</b> Gayle Forman<p><b>The highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling and critically acclaimed If I Stay</b><p>Picking up several years after the dramatic conclusion of <i>If I Stay</i>, <i>Where She Went</i> continues the story of Adam and Mia, from Adam's point of view. Ever since Mia's decision to stay - …

Touching Portraits of 3 Young Girls Battling Cancer Help Inspire and Raise Awareness

After having a close friend lose a one-year-old to cancer years ago, and watching her stepfather battle this all-too-prevalent beast today, …

‘People of the Pit’: Photographer Captures a Dwindling Community in Romania

<i>The Last People of the Pit</i> is photographer Sorin Vidis‘ document of the communal remnant of an abandoned landscape, dug by man and transformed by the …

After the Revolution: Interior Lives in Egypt

Cairo. March, 2012.<br>Bieke Depoorter / Magnum Photos<p>1 of 23<p>The change demanded by tens of thousands of people in Tahrir Square more than three years …

Photo by Janet Jarman: Marisol daydreaming at dusk while anticipating the arrival of more garbage trucks at the municipal dump where she and her siblings searched for recyclable items to help support their family. Matamoros, Mexico. 1996. Ms. Jarman has followed Marisol from her childhood in Mexico to life as a young mother in the United States, making images that are educating teachers and doctors about the complexities of immigrant life. More on Lens: http://nyti.ms/1jKp5IW

Major UK Newspaper Called Out for Using a Stock Photo to Illustrate a Story on Poverty

Photojournalistic ethics are serious business. While there are many styles of photography where heavy post-production is not just acceptable, but …