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Haile Cole
After lockdown and restriction brought on by the global health pandemic, the idea of being “outside” renders an air of newfound freedom for many. Resumed travel, time with loved ones, and re-invigorated event attendance all stand as signposts of hope after a difficult period of isolation. While we all long for semblances of normalcy, for...
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Often, the first people who show us love are our relatives. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins changing our diapers, giving us kisses and encouragement, feeding us and hoping for our bright future even before we can imagine one. Over time many of us realize that, for better or worse, the love they’re handing down...
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“Tell A Black Girl’s (COVID) Story” is a photo essay that seeks to tell a COVID story through the eyes of Black girls. The essay is part of the Lighthouse’s Stories of Resistance Project. The images depict Black girls ranging from the ages of 7 to 22. I have taken over 100 portraits utilizing various approaches...
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Dear 2020, I hate your stinking guts. You make me vomit. You’re scum between my toes!” Little Rascals quote notwithstanding, for many, including me, you my dear 2020, have caused nothing but mayhem—like, the Allstate commercials with random acts of wanton ridiculousness type of mayhem. I mean, I can confidently say we all felt like...
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