American Reportage members Kathleen Flynn, Adria Malcolm, Justin Merriman and Pete Marovich participated as faculty members at the 2018 Northern Short Course in Photojournalism, in Fairfax, Virginia.
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In cooperation with the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), American Reportage is sponsoring six new student memberships to the NPPA.
A woman walks across an old steel pedestrian bridge in Hazelwood, Pa. The bridge has been used for decades to cross over the railroad tracks that was built by B. F. Jones, of the Pittsburgh and Connellsville Railroad and later of Jones and Laughlin Steel Company. Jones built the rail line with respect to the resident’s concerns of maintaining the river’s aesthetic value. The railroad would later split Hazelwood into two sections, coining the local term ‘below the tracks’
Justin Merriman is in Wise, Va., a small town, of around 3,000 people in the historic coalfields of Virginia, covering the Remote Area Medical Clinic (RAM). RAM is a non-profit organization, delivering healthcare to impoverished, isolated and underserved people.
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