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Matthew Mills McKnight, 33, was living in northern Idaho when he first decided to ask Shaun Winkler if he’d let him take photos at the Ku Klux Klansman’s compound. Then he followed the Klansman during his run for sheriff. When the primary ballots were cast in May 2012, Winkler was trounced.
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Photographer Raymond McCrea Jones says the first 36 hours of life for new Army recruits can best be described using a common military refrain: shock and awe. Since February 19, he has been following a group of recruits undergoing basic combat training at Fort Benning, an Army post outside Columbus, Georgia.
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Photojournalist William Plowman first visited Gary, Indiana, in 2007. He was immediately drawn to the former steel town and its complicated relationship with poverty and violence. When he recently returned to the area he says he found a community that seems to know its problems but can’t figure out a way to solve them yet.
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Pepe Rubio Larrauri’s series of pictures from Aden, Yemen, documents the lives of some of the 20,000 displaced people who have settled in public school buildings after fleeing violence during the Arab Spring. More than 150,000 people in south Yemen have been displaced since May 2011.
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Chicago, a struggling New York musician in his mid-30s, was born female but now embraces the trans label. Since he was a teenager, he has been searching for his place in a world that wants people to be strictly male or female. Photographer Raymond McCrea Jones documents his journey.