Alisa Reznick is a journalist and photographer based in Amman, Jordan. Her work has appeared on Al Jazeera, Middle East Eye, NPR and the Jordan Times, among others.
Alisa Reznick is a journalist and photographer from Flagstaff, Arizona. Her work focuses on migration, the environment and human rights and appears PBS, TIME, Al Jazeera and NPR, among others. She is based between Amman, Jordan and the American Southwest.
About 40 members of a special, all-women Afghan platoon that worked alongside the US military barely made it out of Afghanistan last year. Now, they want to put their training to use even though they remain in a legal limbo. But that hasn’t stopped them learning English and getting an education.
The Trump administration is expected to finish some 450 miles of border wall by the end of the year, and Indigenous groups on both sides of the border are looking to the future.
The Philippines is entangled in a full-scale diplomatic crisis in Kuwait. How did it happen?
The Department of Homeland Security has waived environmental laws to move forward on wall projects in California and Texas. Scientists and conservation advocates wonder if this national monument is next.
At the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan more than 7,000 children have been born over the last five years since the camp was set up to handle the large numbers of Syrians fleeing the conflict in their country. How do parents describe what’s happening in Syria to their children who have no memory of the country? What do they say about their home? Photographer Alisa Reznick offers a glimpse of life in the Zaatari camp.