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How do you make seen what is unseen, or capture a truth the world can’t—or won’t—see from the surface? Documentary photographer Björn Steinz shares his work and insights from documenting Roma settlements in Slovakia.
I am a big believer in continuing to work on stories for the long haul. That is what Patruno has done since 2011. He has been documenting the gritty truth about maternal health in sub-Saharan Africa for the past three years and shows no sign of letti...
Lant Pritchett’s fondest 10th birthday wishes to the Poverty Action Lab: The delightfully quirky aspect of the success of the randomista movement is that it was, and remains, entirely faith-based. …The claim that attracted resources and support from development organizations and attention … Continue reading →
By Justmeans (Stephanie Schwartz, 2014 MBA Candidate and Society & Business Lab Fellow ) Guest Blog by Stephanie Schwartz, 2014 MBA Candidate and Society & Business Lab Fellow Patagonia’s fall 2013 [...]...
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