Shaul Schwarz

photo-journalist and filmmaker

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Israeli-born photo-journalist and filmmaker

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Mexico's drug war has claimed tens of thousands of lives and brought gruesome violence to the headlines for years, but it's not just the victims and the villains who have been…

Mexican Drug War Culture Migrates North

Mexico's drug war has claimed tens of thousands of lives and brought gruesome violence to the headlines for years, but it's not just the victims and the villains who have been…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Mexico's drug war has claimed tens of thousands of lives and brought gruesome violence to the headlines for years, but it's not just the victims and the villains who have been…

Mexican Drug War Culture Migrates North

Mexico's drug war has claimed tens of thousands of lives and brought gruesome violence to the headlines for years, but it's not just the victims and the villains who have been…

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