Jon Marc Sandifer
The Intercept: Kasargod-Staub Family
PBS NewsHour: DC Home Vaccinations
Texas Democrats And Civil Rights Leaders Meet With Civil Rights Leaders at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
NRDC president and CEO Manish Bapna
Aaron Rahsaan Thomas
The Verge: Secretary Pete Buttigieg
The New York Times: She Built a Baltimore Restaurant Empire, but Still Works the Stove
Cindy Wolf is a rarity — a seasoned chef focused on her flagship and a style of white-linen dining that’s been endangered by the pandemic.
By Brett Anderson
Photography by Cheriss May
A Tennis Champ, Political Star and the Minds Behind the COVID-19 Vaccines: PEOPLE's Women Changing the World
Every year, PEOPLE highlights females who are making a major difference; sneak a peek at this year's honorees
By Kate Hogan and People Staff
Portrait of Dr. Corbett by Cheriss May
Psychiatry Confronts Its Racist Past, and Tries to Make Amends
But there is a lot to apologize for — from Reconstruction to today.
By Judith Warner
Child Care in Crisis: Can Biden’s Plan Save It?
Child-care centers improvised during the pandemic, scrambling to stay open with razor-thin budgets and little government guidance. How long will the short-term solutions last?
By Alisha Haridasani Gupta
Bloomberg: COVID-19 threatens to wipe out decades of progress for U.S. women
Black Businesses Need More Than Retail Activism to Survive
Buoyed by the “Buy Black” movement, entrepreneurs say they need capital and financial advising to keep the momentum going.
By Jordyn Holman and Deena Shanker Bloomberg Business
Photography by Cheriss May
The duty and burden of the Black police officer
“This is not the department I joined 30 years ago,” Contee says now, as an assistant chief of the District’s Metropolitan Police Department. — DCPD Assistant Chief Robert Contee
By Dan Zak and Ellen McCarthy
Photography by Cheriss May, for The Washington Post
Howard University to be Present at Adobe Worldwide Sales Conference
WASHINGTON – (December 6, 2018), Howard University has been selected to attend the Adobe Worldwide Sales Conference this December in Las Vegas. Howard will be the only historically Black college or university at the conference, joining the University of California, Berkeley and University of North Carolina. Representing Howard will be award-winning photojournalist and digital design adjunct professor, Cheriss May, along with two students – senior Sydne Barard and sophomore Kiara Hardy. The conference will include leaders in industries of photography, video production, documentary filmmaking and storytelling. — Portraits I created of Howard University students for Adobe.