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Kelia Anne MacCluskey: Milo

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In the Ekonda Pygmies, a Walé, a young woman who is nursing her first child, enters a period of seclusion with her parents that may last five years. She has a patriarch-like status when she returns to regular life, a transition that is accompanied by a ritual of dance and song. Patrick Willocq’s dazzling photographs honoring this tradition are included in the show.

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Eric Kayne: A fire burns on a corn farm in Antelope County, along U.S.Route 275. The proposed Keystone KL pipeline would cross through large p…

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Judy Gelles: His Memory (USA: Native American Reservation Public School)

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The Colombian artist's photographs honor the victims of the decades-long armed conflict between the Colombian government, guerrillas, and drug cartels.