French Algerian photographer depicts fragile lives of Paris immigrants
Mohamed Bourouissa, winner of the Deutsche Boerse Photography Foundation Prize 2020, grew up in the low-income suburbs around Paris that inspire his work
Does Predictive Policing Enforce Racial Bias?
As protests against racism and police brutality continue to sweep across the world, is predictive policing adding to the problem by enforcing bias?
Homes to policing: Lockdown photos document South Africa inequality
Coronavirus lockdown exacerbated the everyday inequalities one of the most unequal countries in the world, photographer Gulshan Khan shows
'Unite us': Policing debate spurs U.S. urban design rethink
City planning can tear communities apart or bring them together, practitioners say
Distribution of parks in U.S. neighborhoods reveals racial disparities
The findings come as Americans are flocking to parks after months of lockdown to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
'That is power': U.S. cities embrace people's budgets amid policing debate
Citizen-led budgeting is increasingly seen by cities and protesters as a strategy for deciding on how to implement ‘defunding’ the police
OPINION: Jamaican bakeries to Starbucks: My experience of gentrification in London
While gentrification brings an economic boost it too often leaves people behind
Kenyan museum, Mau Mau fighter shed light on British colonial abuses
With eye-witness accounts, documents and field visits, historians are building an online archive with 3D recreations of the British run camps
Who owns the street? Seattle protest zone sparks property rights debate
Seattle's protest zone has fueled the debate over how to balance the right of peaceful assembly with the protection of property rights
4 Generations of African Americans on Being Black in America
As people around the world take to the streets to protest against the death of George Floyd and countless other black people at the hands of police, four generations of African Americans reflect on what it means to be black in the USA.