A Leap Above Backyard Bouncing
Competitive trampoline features the same thrilling flips and somersaults as diving and is beginning to attract attention in the United States.
Nepal: Escaped from the Sex Trade, Unable to Go Home
Sold by her uncle into prostitution at age 15, Laxmi Bishwokarma escaped the brothels, but cannot go home. She rebuilds her life with the help of a Kathmandu NGO
Eleven guys challenge most people’s definition of young black men.
Created by Alexandra Mihale
This story depicts the life of young African-American students on the Ohio University campus. The African-American community makes up only 6% of the student population — at a school with 21,000 students.
See full story at: 2011.soulofathens.com/our-dreams-are-different/all-black.html
The Well: Covering Capitol Hill (Chris Gregory)
A rare glimpse into the way press photographers cover the politicians of the United States Congress and the problems they face. Leading political photographers in Washington talk about the perills of the 24/7 news cycle and the increasingly sparce access.
“It’s the genesis of the image as much as the ontological image itself that matters.”- Dr. Kerric Harvey, Media Anthropologist at GWU.
Visit Chris Gregory’s portfolio at: chrisgregoryphoto.com