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Graciela Iturbide shares her experience photographing refugees and displaced people in Mexico and Colombia, where she found despair and suffering, but also strength.
Elena Dorfman shares images and stories from her year of photographing the lost generation of Syrians throughout the Middle East, who had fled war and persecution at home.
Kadir van Lohuizen discusses his project that explores contemporary migration in the Americas, from the very south of Chile to the very north of Alaska.
REFUGEE featured photographer Tom Stoddart discusses finding a story through images, the concept of home and his work on the REFUGEE exhibit.
Giles Duley discusses his career, from fashion photography to documenting the effects of conflict around the world, and his most recent work documenting the refugee crisis for the UNHCR.
Tom Stoddart discusses his long and varied photojournalism career, which has taken him to over 70 countries.
A clip from the REFUGEE documentary showing Tom Stoddart at work in the field.
A clip from the REFUGEE documentary showing Graciela Iturbide at work in the field.
A clip from the REFUGEE documentary showing Lynsey Addario at work in the field.
A clip from the REFUGEE documentary showing Omar Victor Diop at work in the field.
Lauren Strohacker and Kendra Sollars discuss how they've blended art and science to achieve their Animal Land project.
Susan Gottlieb and Scott Logan discuss their lifelong interest in nature and the environment.