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Trash piled up around Setswetla's chemical toilets. Image by Christian Belanger, South Africa, 2016.
October 27, 2016 Christian Belanger
A look into the life of residents in Setswetla, an informal settlement in Johannesburg's Alexandra Township.
An NTCL barge and tug on the Mackenzie River. Image by Brian Castner. Canada's Northwest Territories, 2016.
October 19, 2016
Brian Castner
After 80 years of service, the Mackenzie River barges succumb to changing economics and climate.
University of Michigan students gather at the Bangu Women's Complex in Rio de Janeiro
October 17, 2016
Kate Toporski
Thousands of Brazilian mothers and their children are separated each year due to prison service and sentencing. A look inside one of Brazil's nursery prisons.
A mother in Bona in southern Ethiopia (right) underwent female genital mutilation as a young woman
October 14, 2016 / Untold Stories
Amy Yee
Snapshots of Ethiopians who have participated in KMG's community conversations and changed their minds about female genital mutilation and stopped the long-standing practice.
Video still. 2016.
October 13, 2016 / Untold Stories
Erik Vance
Journalist Erik Vance explores the science and psychology behind suggestibility in his new book Suggestible You.
October 13, 2016 / Untold Stories
Christian Belanger
The people and places in Alex tell the township’s story and history, among them rival organizations of longtime property owners, a soup kitchen for drug addicts, and a hostel built under apartheid.
Streetscape in Shivaji Nagar
October 11, 2016 / Untold Stories
Kate Petcosky-Kulkarni
Kate Petcosky-Kulkarni's photo essay explores the daily struggle of accessibility in India's largest city.
A prisoner at the Evarisio se Moraes Prison Complex in Rio de Janiero
October 11, 2016 / Untold Stories
Kate Toporski
Prisons can be cold, dark, scary places. But they can also be full of life. See how University of Michigan students work with theater in Brazilian prisons.
Cover: To End AIDS
October 6, 2016 / Untold Stories
kem knapp sawyer, Jordan Roth, Emily Baumgaertner, Jon Cohen, Misha Friedman, Aditi Kantipuly, Amy Maxmen, Rebecca Sananes, Ana P. Santos, Jennifer Stephens, Patrick Reilly, Jane Darby Menton
To End AIDS features the writing and photography of Pulitzer Center grantees who have reported on HIV/AIDS in regions around the globe from Atlanta to Kiev and Cape Town.
Following the departure of the archbishops, a flower arrangement is placed on the rocks. Floral displays accompany many religious ceremonies and rites
October 6, 2016 / Untold Stories
Dillon DeWitt
Song and faith are twin pillars of community practices in St. Theresa Point. Each autumn, families join together in a festival to celebrate family bonds and spiritual connections.
Deputy Home Affairs Minister Hamad Masauni has started a six-month campaign to reduce road accidents by 10 percent, but inaccurate raod safety data is likely to defeat those intentions. Image by Kilasa Mtambalike. Tanzania, 2016.
October 3, 2016 / Untold Stories
Kilasa Mtambalike
Journalists in developing countries understand the importance of accurate road safety statistics.
Young hero Innocencia Mpinda.  Image by Jen Stephens.  Malawi, 2016.  Innocencia Mpinda, now 18 years old, learned she was HIV positive at age 14.  She shares, “I felt like I was going to die.”  Having lost her mother at age 8, Innocencia was confused when she learned of her status: “I wanted to shout…because I didn’t know where the virus was from.”   Innocencia was raised by her grandparents.  She recalls painful episodes of discrimination from her grandfather and best friend which led her to leave her hom
September 30, 2016 / Untold Stories
Jennifer Stephens
As the world sprints to end AIDS, young people born with HIV but never told by their guardians are coming to terms with their disease—and living fulfilling lives.
Emirates Friendship floating hospital
September 27, 2016 / Untold Stories
Nikita Sampath
Climate change is affecting vulnerable populations of Bangladesh. They are adapting in a number of ways, setting an example for the developed West.