Outsourced Jobs and Poisoned Water

Outsourced Jobs and Poisoned Water

The Wilson Quarterly has just published “Outsourced Jobs and Poisoned Water: An American Town Fights For Survival,” by London-based journalist Caitlin Randall. I contributed photographs. The story chronicles the efforts of a fading mill town, Hoosick Falls, N.Y., to revive its economy, only to learn that its municipal water supply and scores of private wells were contaminated with a suspected carcinogen, PFOA.

Randall’s piece appears in a themed issue of the Quarterly, The Decline of the American Middle Class. http://bit.ly/hoosickfalls The photos posted here are outtakes from the assignment.


This entry was posted in Black and White, PFOA, Uncategorized.

One Comment

  1. Robin M Brooks August 17, 2016 at 11:50 am #

    Photos excellent. Love to see more. Finally renewed my membership at the new ICP in the Bowery. Mixed feelings. The ghost of Robert Capa has been excised.

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