Madeleine Hordinski is a photojournalism intern at the Los Angeles Times. In December 2020, she graduated with degrees in photojournalism and anthropology from Ohio University. Her favorite kinds of stories and photographs examine memory, family and community. Hordinski’s work has been featured in the BBC, PDN, Buzzfeed and PBS’ “Frontline,” among others.
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Un niño mexicano nació con una pierna 11 pulgadas más corta que la otra. Una cirugía extraordinaria y un amigo inquebrantable le ayudaron a caminar por sí mismo.
A Mexican boy was born with one leg 11 inches shorter than the other. A remarkable surgery and steadfast friend helped him to walk on his own.
The incident in the hospital wasn’t Andrzej Stefanski’s first flashback. He vividly remembers Hitler’s command blasting through the radio when the Polish troops were forced to surrender: ‘Kill them all.’
In January, I found out that many of my Polish relatives were killed during the Holocaust.
People who want to relinquish their dogs or cats must have an appointment. Shelter workers then assess whether they can help the pet stay with its owner.
Logging and thinning trees isn’t stopping wildfires, ecologists say. Focusing on homes can help avert more tragedies like Paradise and Greenville.