Rian Dundon Archives
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Twitter/Instagram Roundup Photo March 29, 2019

Mulling on Mueller, Mo’ Beto, and So Much Posterizing: Our Social Week

This week, our social feeds focused on post-Mueller anxiety, more personality politics, and images legitimizing and delegitimizing.

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Occupy Wall Street Photo March 22, 2019

Compassionate Christchurch, Youthful Sincerity of the Climate Strike: Our Social Week

Christchurch and the resolve in mourning. Young eco activists speaking with their feet, and their posters. That was our visual focus this week.

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Twitter/Instagram Roundup Photo March 8, 2019

Diatribe of the Accused, Silence for the Abused: Our Social Week

A viral picture of singer R. Kelly gesticulating during an interview with CBS’s Gayle King is one of those sensational internet nuggets that feels tailor made for the cultural moment. Loaded with subtexts of gender, race, and media representation, it took less than a day for the photo to...

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Twitter/Instagram Roundup Photo March 2, 2019

Figures Larger than Life: Our Social Week

Trump, Kim, Cohen. It’s been a great week for pictures that bring us close to the larger than life protagonists on the political stage.

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Twitter/Instagram Roundup Photo February 23, 2019

Vietnam to South Lawn, Vatican to Award Season: Our Social Week

Our feeds this week dialed in to Michael Shaw’s New York Times Magazine investigative article about an iconic Vietnam War photograph.

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Twitter/Instagram Roundup Photo February 8, 2019

All in the Hands: Our Visual Roundup of the Week

From Silicon Valley to the Whitaker hearing, from daily life in the West Bank to the State of the Union, the visuals this week were all about the hands.

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Immigration Photo February 7, 2019

Why Wall Breaching Photos Don’t Capture the Border Crossing Story

These photos remind us that immigrants are not an organized caravan or an impending wave of bodies. They are mostly alone, navigating one step at a time.

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