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Safe Enough to Bloom

by Elliott Golden On the face of it, West Brooklyn Community High School is a transfer school in the New…

My Block

My Block

by Annabel Manning On the last day of my Hine Fellowship, the Men’s Empowerment Program (MEP) interns at the Harlem…

We See the City

by Lauren Henschel I came to the Red Hook Community Justice Center in Brooklyn, New York in 2016-2017 as Lewis…

A note from home

A note from home

by Jonna McKone “Up until the time [my brother] was adopted, we were living in the same house. I remember…

Mother, Me

Mother, Me

by Jenny Stratton Our bodies held not one heart, but two. –        Excerpt from “Mother, Me” poem by Zoe’s Place…

More than a Mentor

by Kamal Badhey In 2016-2017 I had the privilege of spending a year as Lewis Hine Fellow with Friends of the Children…

Finding Magic

by Rahima Rahi Magic happens when you just leave the camera rolling after an interview. In my work at the…

Hot Bread Kitchen

2017-2018 Fellow Lauren Mueller‘s video honors the labor, craft and care of bakers-in-training at Hot Bread Kitchen.

I am the city.

Explore the online version of a book produced by youth from all over Brooklyn through photography workshops with Hine Fellow…