Dave Jordano returned to his hometown of Detroit to document the people who still live in what has become one of the country’s most economically challenging cities, searching for the hope and perseverance of those who have had to endure the hardship of living in a post-industrial city that has fallen on the hardest of times. A poignant and enduring document of the human condition.
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2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award Finalist (Photography) and Amazon's Best Photo Book of 2015 Award
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- Dave Jordano (photographer), Nancy Watson Barr (contributor), Dawoud Bey (contributor), and Sharon Zukin (contributor)
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Sep 13, 2015