Dorothea Lange • Photogrammar

Sunday, 31 August 2014

“I encountered a British policeman whose family was from the Caribbean, but when he’s out of uniform he is stopped and questioned by the police, a Senegalese man living in Paris who was elected to the city council but coming home from the night of his election victory he was stopped, thrown on the ground and questioned like a criminal, a Moroccan man in Holland who is constantly hassled by the police and a Jamaican mom who works for the London School of Economics and her teenage son has been stopped so many times by the police he doesn’t want to leave the house anymore.” Ed Kashi • EyeEm