Truthdig's Michael Nigro documents Saturday's March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington, D.C.
A massive photograph of a 1-year-old Mexican boy now peeks out from behind the border wall in Tecate, Mexico.
A female photojournalist whose photo of a farmer became famous in 2004 provides workshops for teenage girls in the hopes that they, too, will find success.
Weston may not have studied Whitman’s poetry before embarking on a photographic road trip for a special edition of “Leaves of Grass.” Yet while having the time of his life, he also got the spirit right.
Artists at galleries in Los Angeles and New York zoom in on some of the world’s 60,000 displaced people—and one “solution” for dealing with them.
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.