It was another week of deadly and destructive violence in America. With people upset over repeated shootings and police killings in the streets, we saw Black Lives Matter demonstrations that resumed in this country after his death. Commitment Wright and Thursday a public video of the March 29 police killing a 13-year-old boy Adam Toledo. The video showed the author of the seventh group he had his hands up when a police officer shot him.
We also investigated the British opioid opioid crisis, the ongoing refugee crisis on the US border, the first three months of Biden administration, and Susana Vera’s portraits of people struggling to lift the long COVID fog.
In a bright light, Polaroid has announced the restoration of its round shape, some black water sculptors are helping underwater scientists to rediscover new fish worms, and we were fascinated by the fashions you can see coming back to the streets today.
Finally, Ivor Prickett spoke to LensCulture about the Iraq and Syria drawings and the end of the so-called caliphate of ISIS.
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