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Is Free Speech Dying?

  I currently have a public exhibit in Grenoble, France as part of a project I worked on with the Open Society Foundations about police profiling in Europe. The video interview can be found here. The exhibit focuses on victims of discriminatory identity checks, who describe the significant impacts...

October 26, 2017

April 08, 2015

Eyes In Progress: Visual Storytelling

Join Ed Kashi for the Barcelona installment of the Eyes in Progress/VII European Workshop Series April 8-11, 2015. The goals of this workshop are to learn and improve how to build a documentary reportage by covering an editorial story. The deadline for the first round of applications is February...

April 01, 2015

VII Photo – Internship

VII Photo Agency has announced they are accepting applications for a Europe-based intern now through April 15th. Read the full description below. The VII Photo Internship Program is a four-month part-time commitment of roughly 40 hours per month. The position pays a monthly stipend of 300 euros. Candidates must...

December 16, 2014

VII & Eyes In Progress

“VII is thrilled to be teaming up with Eyes In Progress in 2015 for a set of workshops in Europe that will provide a range of exciting opportunities to learn, engage and challenge participants in the language of photography, visual storytelling and the new frontiers of our increasingly image...

September 25, 2013

Equality Betrayed: the Impact of Ethnic Profiling in France

“On the streets of Paris, a young black man can be six times as likely to be stopped and checked by the police as a young white man. For young males of Arab origin, the figure is even higher: they are at least eight times more likely to be stopped.” Today, Open...