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For the past several years, Spanish photographer Javier Arcenillas has worked in Latin America, documenting endemic violence there. In his latest work, he explores Honduras, which holds the ignominious title of having the world’s highest homicide rate.
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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.