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MALAWI—Classes are overcrowded because many teachers died of AIDS. Since almost half the pupils are orphans and can barely survive, the headmaster admits children who don’t have the compulsory school uniform, 2004.
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Interactive Essays
AgendaRed on AIDS Day
by Martin Parr

Martin Parr's photographs can make us feel very uncomfortable. He has made a comedy about the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the places we go; scrutinized the very way we live our lives.

Red On AIDS Day
by Magnum Photographers

Friday, December 1st is World AIDS Day. Magnum In Motion has chosen to recognize the event with an essay inspired by the color red.

Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts
Book of the Week: <i>Exposure: Portrait of a Corporate Crime</i>
Book of the Week: Exposure: Portrait of a Corporate Crime
by Raghu Rai
On Dec. 3, 1984, a dense cloud of poisonous gas traveled into Bhopal, India, killing between 15,000 and 20,000 people on contact. An understaffed chemical plant owned by an Indian subsidiary of the American-owned Union Carbide Corp. was to blame. More than half a million survivors, who live in densely populated neighborhoods near the factory, continue to suffer from the effects of the disaster, which also contaminated the soil and water. Raghu Rai, Magnum’s Indian correspondent, documented the aftermath of the worst industrial accident in history.
Zoom In: Today's Pictures Turns 1
Zoom In: Today's Pictures Turns 1
by Magnum Photographers
This week marks the first anniversary of Magnum Photos’ and Slate’s collaborative feature, Today’s Pictures. To celebrate, we present a gallery of memorable images that have appeared on Slate since the launch. Happy Birthday, Today’s Pictures!

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