Day to Day Life in Bountiful British Columbia – Jackie Dives

Over two visits in 2016, I took a look into the day-to-day lives of a group of women living in Bountiful, British Columbia, a Mormon polygamous community whose treatment of women has, in the past, been compared to the Taliban.
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One Sun, One Shadow – Shane Lavalette

Having grown up in Northeastern United States, it was primarily through traditional music – old-time blues, gospel, etc. – that I had formed a relationship with the South. With that in mind, the region’s rich musical history became the natural entry point for my work.
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Fort McMurray Wildfires

On May 1, 2016, a local state of emergency was declared in northern Alberta as wildfires began to spread south-west of Fort McMurray, the fourth largest city in Alberta. Two days later, the approximately 88,000 residents of Fort McMurray were ordered to evacuate as the fire entered the city. With almost no advance warning, many fled with only the clothes on their back.
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Generation Ayotzinapa – Diambra Mariani and Francesco Mion


The kidnapping of 43 students of Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico, on September 26, 2014, marked the beginning of the awareness, not only by Mexican students, but also by the international community of the current political situation in Mexico.
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