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| Irene Caselli

What Life Looks Like For A Toddler Growing Up In A Mexican Women’s Prison

CHIHUAHUA CITY, Mexico ― Melissa is 18 months old, and she lives in the Aquiles Serdán female state prison in Chihuahua City, Mexico. The chubby toddler hides behind her mother’s legs when strangers address her,…

| Yumna Al Arashi

A Photographer Honors Her Great-Grandmother And The Traditional Art Of Face Tattoos

Photographer Yumna Al-Arashi had long been curious about the lines permanently writ across her great-grandmother’s face. Aisha, who was born in Aden, Yemen, had marks tattooed below the sides of her lips. When Al-Arashi began…

| Lily Casura

No Longer Invisible: Women Veterans and Homelessness after Military Service

Women veterans are the fastest-growing demographic of homeless veterans in America today. Far from being a well-understood phenomenon, most people would be hard-pressed to even include women veterans in the overall picture of veteran homelessness…

| Irene Caselli

World in Progress: Mexican pastor saves orphans from gangs and drugs

World Ciudad Juarez, on the border between Mexico and the US, was once dubbed the world’s murder capital and it’s estimated that over 10,000 orphans were left behind because of these murders. Meet Pastor Martin…

| Melissa Lyttle

Migrants By The Border Reveal Their Most Prized Possessions In Raw Photo Series

The Haunting Answers Migrants Gave When Asked About Their Most Prized Possession “In the end, the physical things didn’t surprise me nearly as much as the mental ones.” Written by Carolina Moreno When visual journalist…

| Lily Casura

Homeless Women Veterans Are Veterans With An Important Difference

  Women veterans are the fastest-growing demographic of homeless veterans, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. A brand new issue of the research journal Psychological Services has come out with an exclusive focus…

| Lily Casura

Into the gap: Women’s veterans describe homelessness

  Army Reserve Maj. Jas Boothe had orders to Iraq – as well as a young son – when she lost everything she owned to Hurricane Katrina. A few months later, she found herself battling…

| Lily Casura

Down for the Count: Women Veterans Likely Underestimated in Federal Homelessness Figures

“Homeless women are something of a sociological mystery,” wrote University of Virginia social scientist Ted Caplow, Ph.D. While he wasn’t talking about homeless women veterans, he might as well have been. As a phenomenon, they…

| Lily Casura

Homeless Women Veterans Struggle to Be Seen

There are more than two million women veterans in the U.S. today, and women veterans who are homeless are the fastest-growing group of veteran homeless. Yet if you ask the average American – even the…