EYEWITNESSES AND SURVIVORS
Life After War Series
thirty years of post-conflict reportage
Life After War: Trapped is a collection of portraits from around the world where corruption is so corrosive that the abuse, abduction, sale, trade, and disappearance of human beings operate with impunity. In some instances, the targets are selected groups; in others, entire populations. Among the complicit: governments, gangs, militias, and private business, all parties to the trade in human life.
For over three decades, I've been chronicling life after war. This selection of portraits appreciates the integrity and grace of those left to rebuild.
Amy Kaslow 2018 Washington, D.C.
Northwestern University's Kellogg School
IATI Theater's 50th Anniversary Celebration