It’s been another week of deadly and devastating gun violence in America. With people in turmoil from the constant police shootings and killings of people on the streets, we watched the Black Lives Matter protests that also continued across the country after the deaths. Daunte Wright and released to the public on Thursday videos of the March 29 police killing of the 13-year-old Adam Toledo. The photograph shows the seventh-grade raised his hands when he was killed by an officer.
We also explore the forgotten opioid crisis in British Columbia, the appalling situation immigrants continue to face at the U.S. border, the first three months of the Biden administration, and photos of Susana Vera’s people struggling lifting fog at high COVID.
In more brilliant news, Polaroid announced the return of its circular frame, various blackwater photography practitioners are helping marine scientists gain new insights into fish larvae, and we created a Most importantly deep dive into the fashion trends you’ll first see back on the streets today.
And last but not least, Ivor Prickett spoke to LensCultural about photography in Iraq and Syria and the end of the so -called caliphate of ISIS.
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