Humanities

“My mom trained me to believe I can make a difference.”

My father named me Sagashus, and he never let me forget what it meant: wise, shrewd, calculating. He knew what his lifestyle was—four generations of sex work, surrounded by drugs—and he saw something different for me. Photos by Megan Monday “By naming me Sagashus, he was giving me a direction and a vision to break …

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The Heritage of Hunting, Preserved in Photographs

Wisconsin artist Travis Dewitz aimed to capture the spirit of hunting in his photo documentary, ‘Blaze Orange.’ Travis, who is based in Eau Claire, works professionally as a portrait photographer, but is passionate about documentary photography. Photos by Travis Dewitz As a native Wisconsinite, Travis grew up hunting and wanted to honor his experience and …

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