Photo Essay: Lost and Found in Guatemala City

Central America’s biggest city is home to some of the region’s poorest people. 
But a church-supported project is offering hope to children living in appalling squalor.
By Kevin Spurgaitis

Photo Essay: After Apartheid

Twenty years after South Africa abolished its race laws, residents of its most populous township still struggle to get by in a deeply unequal society.
By Kevin Spurgaitis

Photo Essay: Detroit Lives

Long forgotten by the city, Detroit residents are reclaiming derelict spaces one farm at a time.
By Kevin Spurgaitis

Nkhotakota, Malawi

Last century, Malawi was known as Nyasaland, a long, slim strip bordering the Great Rift Valley in south-central Africa. Today, farmers in Nkhotakota grow tobacco, maize, cassava, tea and sugar as cash crops. About four in five people are Christian; the others are Muslim. Most of Malawi’s 15 million people live on a dollar a day.
By Kevin Spurgaitis