It was one other week of deadly and devastating gun violence in America. With folks reeling from repeated mass shootings and police killing folks within the streets, we took a take a look at Black Lives Matter protests resuming across the nation after the loss of life of Daunte Wright and Thursday’s public launch of movies of the March 29 police killing of 13-year-old Adam Toledo. The footage confirmed that the seventh-grader had his hands up when an officer fatally shot him.

We additionally explored British Columbia’s forgotten opioid disaster, the dire situations that immigrants proceed to face on the US border, the primary three months of the Biden administration, and Susana Vera’s images of people who find themselves struggling to carry the fog of lengthy COVID.

In brighter information, Polaroid introduced the return of their round body, divers working towards blackwater images are serving to marine scientists acquire new insights into fish larvae, and we did a Very Vital deep dive into early-aughts trend traits that you just may see coming again on the streets as we speak.

And final however not least, Ivor Prickett spoke with LensCulture about photographing Iraq and Syria and the tip of ISIS’s so-called caliphate.

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