Jeffrey Henson Scales intimate portraits and protest images of the BPP and its leaders offer a rare insight into organisation at a time of societal upheaval.
Photographer Sean Maung reflects on documenting a small town in Pennsylvania afflicted by high levels of unemployment, poverty, violence, crime, and addiction.
Zsófia Sivák’s ongoing project documents the country’s tavern culture, preserving a once defining part of rural life.
A group of aid workers face prison for helping to save people fleeing their homes at sea. If they are charged, it will have a chilling effect on humanitarian efforts.
The first-generation graffiti artist reflects on the tagging’s emergence as an art form and the players who pushed the medium forward.
Activists and campaigners are fighting back against new laws that would seriously undermine the ability to take industrial action, calling it an attack on fundamental workers' rights.