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From The Bitter Southerner Store:
Back in February, The Bitter Southerner ran a Tuesday story featuring a decade’s worth of photography from North Carolina’s Justin Cook — a deep look at the effects of violence that began with a “ride-along” with the Durham Police when he was a college student. Cook says he “saw a spectrum of humanity and insanity: cops who loved their work, but who were often pushed to the edge; kids killed in their prime, and written off by an indifferent public …; and their grieving mothers who would gladly trade places with their slain children.” This story of modern-day segregation and its devastating effects has now been published as a 60-page, saddle-stitched zine in a limited edition of 200. Highly recommended.