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Living in the Shadows
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A new book by writer, photographer and union organizer David Bacon is a bilingual fusion of journalism and documentary photography that reveals the humanity and suffering of marginalized Latino workers.

Survivors in Ukraine
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Stephen Shore's book is a potent photo-documentation of Holocaust survivors in their twilight years and a testament to how one lives within a community that shares collective traumatic memories.

Emblems of the Passing World
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Poet Adam Kirsch, inspired by the photographs of August Sander, has created an important book about one of the 20th century’s most devastating eras. He especially illuminates a Germany that would soon be filled with the cancer of Nazism.

Dickey Chapelle Under Fire
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Dickey Chapelle, the first female American war correspondent to be killed in action, is featured in a new pictorial memoir that collects her photos and notebooks from World War II to Vietnam.

There Was Such a Thing as Jujutsuffragettes, and They Kicked Serious Butt
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The women's rights movement in Great Britain had a martial arts-trained group that few knew about; a writer ponders how to get people to read about climate change when it's so depressing; and a look into how abolitionist Frederick Douglass became the most photographed man in America. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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