growing broccolin on the farm in Iowa | Jim Richardson, National Geographic
George Naylor, Iowa, United States, standing in a field of ?? FACES OF FARMING All around the world, small farms are playing a big role in feeding the world. These are a few of the men and women behind that effort. PHOTOGRAPHS BY JIM RICHARDSON
Chris Covelli, Wisconsin, United States, holding tomatoes FACES OF FARMING All around the world, small farms are playing a big role in feeding the world. These are a few of the men and women behind that effort. PHOTOGRAPHS BY JIM RICHARDSON
‘Brave Miss World’ Linor Abargil’s Quest for Justice After Rape
Linor Abargil of Israel was brutally attacked and raped seven weeks before being crowned Miss World 1998. Shortly after, she began telling her story and encouraging other rape survivors to speak up. Her journey, chronicled over five years in the powerful new film Brave Miss World, took her around the globe—from living with her family in Israel to meeting with talkative young rape survivors in South Africa and finally to Italy to face the place where her rape occurred.
A smiling Iranian girl looks out the window of a bus in Hamedan (also spelled Hamadan), Iran on August 15, 2008. Hamedan is believed to be among the oldest Iranian cities and one of the oldest in the world.