Christchurch Red Zone Tour: March 2012
this is what a website update looks like when you feel like you have to update it but also you have a lot of other things that you have to be doing because, well, jobs.
Oh. I just found out that NPR has a photo Tumblr and the story I photographed is on that. Happy Monday.
South Bend, Ind. was once a company town but when the Studebaker plant closed in 1968 the town lost a third of its population and unemployment soared. “There are some parts of town where you’d think the closure of Studebaker was something that happened a couple of years ago, not 50,” says Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Photographer Peter Hoffman traveled to South Bend and documented the struggling town for NPR’s Cities Series. Listen to the story and see more photos on NPR.org.
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