Stories about Photos from March, 2017
Photography Project Urges Mexicans Never to Forget Crimes that Have Gone Unpunished
"State crimes in our country remain unpunished since the same system that committed them covers them up. Without justice they remain as open sores."
The 12 Faces of a Ugandan Woman
From the chess champion born in one of the country's largest slums to the parliamentary speaker. Celebrate them all.
Despite a Military Mutiny, Côte D'Ivoire's Government Says It Is Ready for UN Troop Withdrawal
The question of material demands from the Army has been a recurrent one since Côte d'Ivoire's emergence, in 2011, from a decade of civil war.
Japanese Art Lovers, New York's Metropolitan Museum Has 300,000 Gifts for You
Anyone can use the artwork for any purpose, as long as they credit the original donors of the artwork, as well as the Met itself.
Russian Ex-Mayor Campaigns to Create ‘Putin–Superhero’ Art Show
An ex-mayor ousted by one of Vladimir Putin’s close allies is now looking to crowdfund the creation of a museum called “Putin-Superhero.”