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Binh Danh (Vietnamese-American, b. 1977). "Ghost of Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum #2," 2008. Daguerreotype. George Eastman Museum, purchase with funds from the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation. © Binh Danh

The Visions of America’s Newcomers

December 3, 2019 Historical
Photograph by Aundre Larrow
Joey Galasso is a small business owner and youth mentor from Gainesville, Florida. Status: Blocked. Galasso is one of 1.4 million Floridians that is fighting to have his right to vote restored. Read his story on blockedfromtheballot.com.

Portraits of People Blocked from the Ballot

October 31, 2018 Portraits/Portraiture
© Sarah Blesener
In the small town of Herriman, Utah, children as young as six learn the Declaration of Independence by putting it to song. Over a few hot summer days, they will learn all about “Americanism,” a blend of patriotism and history that casually mixes in some of the basic tenets of libertarianism. At one point, they’ll pretend to overturn a boat full of tea into Boston Harbor. Over 900 students attend “Utah Patriot Camp” annually. Herriman, Utah. © Sarah Blesener

Sarah Blesener on The Making of American Patriots

March 5, 2018 Documentary/Photojournalism
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