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Lynsey Addario  Pulitzer prize-winning photojournalist and author of ‘It’s What I Do’. My new book ‘Of Love & War’ with @penguinpress is available on Amazon.

This is just disgusting on so many levels. Shame on you, Alabama, and shame on us, America, for sinking to such a low point for women, for reproductive rights, and for human rights. This law would force women (and children) who have been raped and victimized by incest to carry the child of their perpetrator. These are the laws that increase the risk of maternal mortality for high-risk pregnant mothers. (And the United States already has one of the highest rates of maternal death in the developed world.)

Mother’s day hairstyling in Nonnie’s kitchen. I’m away from my boys, but with my mom and my Nonnie.

Tomorrow night in #Hartford #Connecticut! Honored to be in such great company!!! Not too late to get tickets!! #Repost @ctforum with @get_repost
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We are so excited to have these extraordinary photojournalists on our stage in less than 24 hours! There are still some tickets left to Photo Wonders with @petesouza, @lynseyaddario & @brianskerry, moderated by @wnprnews’ Lucy Nalpathanchil. Saturday, May 11 at 7:30pm. There are still a few tickets left! Box office opens at 6:30pm @thebushnell. #photowondersforum #hartford #photojournalists #connecticut

Morning workout with Alfie in a basket. #LosAngeles #lifewithanewborn

Afghanistan panoramics from 2000, when the country was under Taliban rule.
If you’re in Los Angeles this weekend, stop by @photoville at the @annenbergspace to see “Of Love and War” and other incredible work by @jbmoorephoto @ccole_photo #contacthigh @natgeo and others! @penguinpress #LosAngeles #photojournalism

The 2006 Lebanon Israel War was one of the only wars where I covered both sides: the first image is of the Israeli army shooting into Lebanon, and the second image is of the destruction in South Beirut during the ceasefire. If you are in/ around Los Angeles Thursday, May 2, please come listen to the stories behind the photographs from my new book, “Of Love and War” and from the amazing @worldpressphoto winner, @jbmoorephoto at the @annenbergspace at 7pm. Link to RSVP is in bio. @penguinpress @nikonusa #Nikonambassador

Happy 106th birthday Nonnie!!! You are our light, our spirit, our little living angel. #LoveNonnie

#LosAngeles!!! AN EVENING WITH LYNSEY ADDARIO & JOHN MOORE
THURSDAY MAY 2 @ 7pm
Annenberg Space for Photography presents Photoville LA
Produced by United Photo Industries
Join us as two celebrated Photojournalists sit down for a conversation about their impactful work traversing the globe from the current humanitarian crises in Syria to U.S. Mexico immigrant crossings during the Trump administration.

When my almost 106 year-old Nonnie and my mom meet Alfie for the first time over FaceTime...#LoveNonnie

We are thrilled to welcome little Alfred Phillip De Bendern into this world. Born April 18, weighing 6 lbs, and measuring 19 inches long. We are beyond grateful to our amazing gestational surrogate for making this possible; she and her family have shown incredible generosity, love, and support throughout this extraordinary journey. Lukas is of course over the moon to finally be a big brother. @pauldebendern

I am honored to exhibit “Of Love and War” at @photoville LA this year, happening on two consecutive weekends on April 26-28 and May 2-5, 2019. I will be exhibiting images from my new book of photography, Of Love and war, a visual and written retrospective of my journey through war and humanitarian crises over the two decades: from Afghanistan under the Taliban shortly before 9/11 to the fall of Saddam Hussein and its aftermath, to the genocide in Darfur, the popular uprising and civil war in Libya, to the current Syrian refugee crises, which has displaced roughly half of the population of Syria. I’ve included short pieces by the journalists I have collaborated with over the years for The New York Times and Time Magazine, as well as letters to my mother from Baghdad, and an interview with a soldier I was embedded with in the Korengal valley. I hope this exhibition gives insight into the complexity of war. Pictured above, migrants arriving in the port city of Augusta, Italy. September 2014. Between January and September 2014, roughly 120,000 refugees landed in Italy, more than double the total for the entire year of 2013. Thank you to @hahnemuehle_global and @epilogueinc @penguinpress.

I am honored to exhibit “Of Love and War” at @photoville LA this year, happening on two consecutive weekends on April 26-28 and May 2-5, 2019. I will be exhibiting images from my new book of photography, Of Love and war, a visual and written retrospective of my journey through war and humanitarian crises over the two decades: from Afghanistan under the Taliban shortly before 9/11 to the fall of Saddam Hussein and its aftermath, to the genocide in Darfur, the popular uprising and civil war in Libya, to the current Syrian refugee crises, which has displaced roughly half of the population of Syria. I’ve included short pieces by the journalists I have collaborated with over the years for The New York Times and Time Magazine, as well as letters to my mother from Baghdad, and an interview with a soldier I was embedded with in the Korengal valley. I hope this exhibition gives insight into the complexity of war. Pictured above, Children play on fallen trees during a drought in Turkana, Kenya. August 2011. Thank you to @hahnemuehle_global and @epilogueinc @penguinpress.

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