“In 2015, the cross-pollination of races occurs freely and globally. Yet it is easy to overlook the complex process of identification that a mixed-race person must confront. For in each race’s DNA is a history, culture and psychology that are all too-often defined in isolation.
In his most recent series, Frantz Fanon, which tracks the life of the iconic 20th Century thinker, Bruno Boudjelal has continued his career tradition of using photography to untangle the rich web of his own mixed identity.”
“In 2015, protests are no longer local, but global. Support can swell, from all corners of the earth and almost instantaneously. They’re mutual, interlinking, borrowing from and supporting each other. Never before has peaceful protest understood, appropriated and harnessed the power of photography.”
Stevon Statom walks in a protest march on West Florissant Avenue on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 in Ferguson. Statom moved into an apartment at Canfield Green one week before Michael Brown was killed. “I’m trying to make a change in this world,” he said. Photo by Robert Cohen, firstname.lastname@example.org