Chris Arnade, a photographer and writer, talks about his efforts to shine a light on “bad neighborhoods” all over the country at a time of worsening inequality, stagnation, and addiction — a project which culminated in his book Dignity: Seeking Respect in Back Row America, which is out next week and which you can preorder now.
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