In dairy-rich states like Wisconsin, migrants—many undocumented—make up 40 percent of the workers on dairy farms that utterly depend on this labor source.
Arvind Dilawar is a writer and editor. His articles, interviews, and essays on everything from the spacesuits of the future to love in the time of visas have appeared in Newsweek, The Guardian, Vice, and elsewhere.
Diana Souhami’s new book, “No Modernism Without Lesbians,” spotlights the women who ensured history would remember artists like Picasso, Joyce, and Eliot.
An anti-Trump super PAC has enlisted witchcraft to doom the president’s chances of a second term.
Photographer Kevin Bubriski’s recent book, “Our Voices, Our Streets,” captures an era of struggle more distant than time suggests.
In 2015, Syrian refugee Amel Alzakout boarded a smuggler’s boat going from Turkey to Greece. Her documentation of the boat’s sinking has now become a stirring documentary.
The illustrious photographer’s longtime studio manager, Gideon Lewin, reveals the master’s working process in a new book, “Avedon: Behind the Scenes 1964-1980.”
With no faith in government, some radicals are hoping to provide for themselves and their neighbors through the land and each other.
In "Shooting War," neuropsychiatrist Anthony Feinstein examines the impact of war, natural disasters, and other crises on the photographers who document them.
From Klansmen in Kentucky to Nazis in Pennsylvania, Anthony Karen has documented the white power movement across the U.S.
A new book on the persecution of Jewish lawyers under the Third Reich ably documents a dark history—but fails to acknowledge the complicity of the law.