Exposure

Abandoned and lost pets are unaccounted-for victims of the war in Ukraine. Here are the volunteers trying to save their lives.
"Just minutes after crossing the border into my new home state, I noticed a new billboard with a clear message: You moved to Arizona for more freedom, so don’t vote like you did in California."
The two-day festival is an event full of camaraderie, community and authentic self-expression.
This year, Notting Hill's Caribbean community was more determined than ever to exude positivity and resilience, an act of resistance central to Carnival’s history.
The Lenape people were driven out of our homeland in the northeast U.S. Here's what it was like to go back.
HuffPost spoke to mothers in Ukraine, including at a Lviv maternity ward, about giving birth during wartime.
Sarahbeth Maney, Michael McCoy, Jarrad Henderson and Cheriss May are each used to being one of the only Black photographers in the room. This time was different.
In late 2021, this photographer went inside three strip clubs in Tampa, where dancers were taking various levels of precaution against COVID to keep their patrons entertained.
Photographer Sasha Maslov documented some of the middle-aged Ukrainians who are filling the reserves of the Ukrainian army to defend their cities.
In this photo essay, five photographers offer an intimate look at love, family and tradition in Black communities.