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Marking the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Joel Johnson and Matt Buchanan sat down with the photographers—pros and amateurs alike—who risked their lives to bring back the indelible images of that day. Woven together by Scott Alexander, their stories and images merge into a singular portrait of that powerful day—a difficult, enduring reminder of the photojournalist’s role in crisis.
We got the chance to talk to Erin Brethauer about her project “Autism Camp,” which documents a North Carolina summer camp for autistic children. Erin has been one of my favorite posters on the New Yorker’s Instagram feed, so I had to learn more.