Photo Stories

Our Year in Pictures

Climate protests, teacher strikes, the homelessness crisis…this year in Berkeley was defined by constant change, unrest, and hope for the future. Looking back through roughly

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The Leon-Stellers

In the small town of La Palma, Costa Rica, the Leon-Stellers welcomed me as a member of the family. Rural Costa-Rican life is slow and

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A Risky Investment

BY BELLA NATHAN staff photographer On December 6th I attended an action organized by Youth vs Apocalypse and the Sunrise Movement. The protest took place

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A New Lens on Larchmont

When Joan Patsy Ostroy (formerly Sternberg) was three years old and her sister Ann was one, her family moved from Manhattan, New York to Larchmont,

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Flores Mundi

Flores Mundi (FLOWERS OF THE WORLD) by Bella Nathan STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER This is a project I have been working on for a little more than

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What We Don’t See

what we don’t see. by laila diaz If depression and anxiety were to take a physical form, what would it look like? It starts with

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Recreational Vehicles

Amber Whitson greeted me when I arrived at the community of vehicle dwellers on Eighth Street. Amber coordinates the group, called Berkeley Friends on Wheels.

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Climate Strike

“You will die from old age, I will die from climate change” Jerome Paulos On September 20th, 2019, about 8,000 climate activists rallied in Downtown

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Sugar City

Most people have never heard of the small town of Crockett, otherwise known as “Sugar City.” For most of my life, my close friend has

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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes Photo Story by Jerome Paulos San Francisco USPS Network Distribution Center 2501 Rydin Road, Richmond, California “Everyone just sees that postman out

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