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Celina Fang is the multimedia editor. Previously, she was a photo editor for the National and Metro sections of The New York Times. She has shot and produced videos for The New York Times and has worked on a number of documentary films. Her work as an editor has been recognized by Pictures of the Year International, NPPA's Best of Photojournalism, the Society for News Design and the Loeb Awards.
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The Frame October 24
A photographer follows three lone officers who deal with drugs, domestic violence and wayward bears in their communities.
The Frame September 26
Two sisters reach for recovery from addiction in jail.
Feature July 23
How Donald Trump’s war on immigrants is playing out in his hometown.
Feature June 8
Can a violent adult jail teach kids to love school?
The Frame April 25
At Tribeca Film Festival, new documentaries give voice to the incarcerated and communities struggling with crime.
The Frame March 5
In ‘Flint Town’, a new documentary series on Netflix, cops wrestle with broken bonds with their community.
Looking Back March 1
How a landmark report on the 1960s race riots fell short on police reform
Feature January 22
How “Cops” became the most polarizing reality TV show in America.
The Frame January 19
Photographer Kirsten Luce captures the challenges facing migrants who arrive at a U.S. border crossing in Laredo, Texas.
The Frame October 25, 2017
In a new documentary, ‘The Work,’ inmates confront their fears in a quest for empathy.