National Geographic produces a wide range of public programs, including exhibits, speaker series, films, and special events at our headquarters in Washington, D.C. Visit two of the world’s great wildlife parks with photographer Charlie Hamilton James. Waterproof large-format map provides excellent detail for trips by car or by foot to the Catskill region. The Riverdale mobile home park used to sit on the banks of the Susquehanna River in north-central Pennsylvania. BURN host Alex Chadwick visits the stories of Riverdale with free lance photographer and Pennsylvania resident Lynn Johnson, who works on assignment for National Geographic.
Residents say the Riverdale Mobile Home Park near Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania was truly a community.

Photojournalist Lynn Johnson is known for her intense and sensitive work, photographing the global human condition for the past 35 years. Her photographs, created with fairness and compassion are an attempt to honor and share the stories of others. She is also a frequent educator with National Geographic’s Photo Camps, using photography to help at-risk youth around the world to develop their own voices. Eighty million years ago the American Midwest resided under a great inland sea where colossal creatures ruled the waves.
As a regular contributor to publications such as National Geographic and various foundations, Johnson has documented everything from celebrities and tragedies, bringing a subtle perspective to tough issues—the scourge of landmines, the value of threatened languages, living with HIV and the global danger of zoonotic disease. After 30 years in her profession, she now sees her perspective moving from that of observer to advocate.

Earlier this year, all the Riverdale trailer families were evicted to make room for a pump station and pipeline that would move Susquehanna water to fracking sites elsewhere in the state.
Johnson uses her role as photographer and teacher to promote dialogue and encourage a change in attitudes and perceptions of intolerance and prejudice. Her Master’s thesis as a Knight Fellow at Ohio University, Hate Kills, illuminates the impact of hate crimes on American society. The disruption unsettled families and undermined their support networks as they wondered what to do and where to go.

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