Author Archives: Julie Dermansky

Bi-coastal Coverage of the Occupy Wall Street Movement

An intimate look at the “Occupy” movement from our friend, Julie Dermansky

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A Walk on the Mississippi Beaches, A Year After BP

How many dead animals do you have to see before you begin to wonder if something’s not right?

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Why A Woman’s Place is on the Frontlines

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Danger exists everywhere, says photojournalist Julie Dermansky — and the horrific assault on CBS reporter Lara Logan should not be used as a rationale to keep women in the background

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Cholera Strikes Haiti (photos)

To date, NGOs have kept Haiti’s cholera epidemic under control in and around Port-au-Prince. But how long can it be contained? Julie Dermansky investigates

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