Photographer Brendan Hoffman will distribute a new zine for free at Donald Trump’s inauguration this Friday. It focuses on Webster City, Iowa; a town still attempting to find it’s place in an ever-changing America.
It's not surprising, really, that very few black people in this election voted Trump, even less so in an urban metropolis like Atlanta. In our latest dispatch from the city, we meet Donnie Pulliam, a young black Republican at Morehouse College. It makes for a difficult conversation.
As Trump comes to power on a divisive wave of prejudice, the skate community of Atlanta is holding tight and keeping their own utopia alive. In this chapter of Disunited States, a series of dispatches from Georgia, Huck escapes to the Fourth Ward Skate Park and finds a community that refuses to build boundaries.
What happens when the arc of history no longer bends towards justice? As Donald Trump upends the world in the greatest political upset for generations, Japanese-American writer Tetsuhiko Endo reflects on what the future holds for anyone fighting on the fringes.