The headlines about death tolls and travel bans are muted, and the images of heroism and unimaginable loss seem distant. Still, Ebola—which has killed 11,000 in West Africa since the start of the outbreak in December 2013—is far from over. In fact, almost 700 people in…
Zika’s Never Ending Emergency
February 26, 2018
“As far as most of the world is concerned, the Zika crisis, first identified in Brazil in 2015, is over,” writes Poonam Daryani, the 2017
Trial by Fire
December 8, 2016
The women and girls who labor in the smoldering coalfields of Jharia, India, are the subject of a series of haunting images by photojournalist Larry C. Price. Women and children endure dangerous conditions as they scavenge pieces of coal to make their living.