Ed Kashi & Wole Soyinka Discuss the Niger Delta on Al Jazeera
Yesterday Ed appeared on the Riz Khan show on Al Jazeera’s English language station. Also on the show was Wole Soyinka, the Nigerian nobel laureate. The topic was oil, the Niger Delta and the political situation in that troubled region. Click here to watch Part One on YouTube Click...
July 23, 2008
Sandwich Gen Interview with Lisa Belkin
Ed Kashi’s was recently interviewed on Life’s Work with Lisa Belkin. “One of the things that kills me in our society is that somehow we’re not supposed to honor our elders. I think in this fast paced, youth oriented society we’re in, we lose sight of the fact that,...
July 22, 2008
State of the Art – American Photo
July 17, 2008 by Jack Crager Africa has always been a continent of such wild extremes — cultural and geographic, political and demographic — that it defies categorization, lives in its own realm, yet continues to impact the entire planet. These days the land is much in the news...
July 18, 2008
Ed Kashi and the Importance of Advocacy Journalism
Check out this great article on PopPhoto.com Ed Kashi and the Importance of Advocacy Journalism A crusading photographer takes on the dirtiest subject of his career: oil. By David Schonauer July 14, 2008 “Photojournalist Ed Kashi says, “At the tender age of 50 I became what I always wanted...
July 16, 2008
Sandwich Generation Not Going Anywhere Soon
We are honored to report that Jane Gross, New York Times health writer, included The Sandwich Generation in her new blog, NewOldAge. Her post, Coming Home for Herbie, has started a lively discussion about the complex and difficult choices people who care for family members must make. Ed and...
July 02, 2008
George Eastman House Exhibition
The George Eastman House Exhibition, featuring 37 photographs selected from the Curse of the Black Gold book, will be up until September 1st. Be sure to go see it! For more information about the Exhibition, go to: GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE
July 01, 2008