Trust is essential to strengthening communities.
In the U.S. and internationally, a set of mostly small, community-based groups is quietly undertaking new approaches…
How much poison can our democracy withstand?
I was 10 in the fall of 1962 when the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers tied for the…
Not thinking about race is a luxury I don’t have.
I’m at least as much a journalist as I am an artist. Most folks would say I’m more of the…
About the Photographer
Brian Palmer (b. 1964, Queens, NY) is a photographer and award-winning journalist based in Richmond, Virginia. He strives to tell stories that might not otherwise be told—stories of conflict, activism, and daily life. His multimedia approach unites narratives and images, bridging the two to unite comprehensive storytelling and thorough investigation.
This is What Democracy Looks Like: Presenting the Annual Report of The George Gund Foundation
The Gund Foundation Seeks Candidates for President
The Gund Foundation Awards $16.2 million at its June meeting
Marvin Hayes named trustee of The George Gund Foundation
$24,354,818 / 139 Grants