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That headline ALWAYS gets attention, for obvious reasons. But, if you want to see the world in a different way go to You’ll find powerful photo essays that will touch your heart and change your mind (maybe). I use the site as resource in my photo essay classes. The photo essay had its start back in the 30’s when cameras became more accessable and utilitarian. They made people think…critically…about the issues of the day. I fear that “critical thinking” (where people step back and look at both sides of issues) is sadly lacking in today’s public discourse. What do you think?


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