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  • Perspective

Grief, anger and fear envelop Atlanta’s Asian American community

Photographer Hannah Yoon chronicles the aftermath of a mass shooting.
  • Mar 25, 2021

A year of the pandemic: Sorrow, stamina, defiance, despair

For most Americans, March 11 was the day the coronavirus crisis first became real. Fifty-two weeks later, millions have fallen ill and millions more have been vaccinated. More than 525,000 are dead. This timeline tells the story of a singular period in history.
  • Mar 11, 2021

Everything, all at once: The stories of 2020

How The Washington Post covered a year like no other
  • Dec 23, 2020

The Washington Post design team is looking for illustrators

Are you interested in having your work published by The Post? Show us your portfolio.
  • Dec 18, 2020

The Washington Post design team jobs

Learn more about our award-winning visual journalists, and check back here for available postings
  • Nov 17, 2020

Coronavirus pandemic hits a grim new milestone: 1 million dead

From the first wave in February in China through New York City’s April catastrophe and on to India’s current surge, the coronavirus has unleashed a worldwide suffering with no evident exit.
  • Sep 28, 2020

They depended on their parents for everything. Then the virus took both.

Now the Ismael kids — 13, 18, and 20 — are struggling to cope with grief, but also with how to keep a car running, pay bills, be a family
  • Jul 20, 2020

‘I wanted to show the pain that I was feeling’: Why protesters are standing up for George Floyd

People from across the country are showing up to protest George Floyd’s death. We talked to protesters about why this movement matters to them.
  • Jun 4, 2020

What the pandemic is doing to the children of doctors and nurses

They've kept anguished journals, written parents goodbye letters and created detailed plans in case they never see their moms or dads again
  • Apr 28, 2020