Each week, Little Rock, Ark., residents snap up some 7,000 copies of The Slammer. Dave Anderson hide caption

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The Newest Magazine Fad: The Mug Shot Tabloid
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Dr. David Gilder gives Sally Johnson a checkup at the Mallory Community Health Center in Tchula, Miss. Dave Anderson/Oxford American hide caption

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Mississippi Losing The War With Obesity
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Centennial Baptist Church in Helena, Ark. Dave Anderson hide caption

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A Black Church's Dilemma: Preserve A Building, Or Our Identity?
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Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign, based in Washington, D.C. Dave Anderson/Oxford American magazine hide caption

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Coming Home — And Out — In The South
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Al Black is one of Florida's 26 officially recognized "Highwaymen" — a loosely affiliated group of artists who began painting in the 1960s, some of whom are still at it today. Courtesy of Gary Monroe hide caption

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Meet Al Black: Florida's Prison Painter
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Art, Race And Murder: Meet Florida's 'Highwaymen'
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