PHNOM PENH, Cambodia—Khen (left), age 15, had been prostituting herself for the past year; today she's HIV positive. When both of Khoun’s (right) parents died, she was sold for $30 to a family who sold her to a brothel for $100. She, too, is HIV positive. Khen and Khoun live in a safe house for young former prostitutes, 1998.
As the US military fights to gain stability in Iraq, doctors, nurses, and medics are working on the front lines to keep the casualties down. Thomas Dworzak was embedded with the 44th, 50th and 115th Medical Companies in Iraq.
Requiem in Samba
by Alex Majoli
Living in the poor favelas of Brazil, photographer Alex Majoli
encountered a beautiful but violent culture shaped by the constant
specter of death. During his time there, he also discovered a
different outlook on life captured in the sounds of samba.
Our Daily Bread was inspired by Erich Hartmann’s trip across the United States in 1954, when he first saw the vast Midwestern Grain Belt. As assignments took him around the world, Hartmann continued to document the human work involved in making “our daily bread,” from the clearing of land to the final product presented at the dinner table.