From margins to mainstream: the rapid shift in French public opinion

Data visualization, 2015

Numbers cannot explain the Charlie Hebdo tragedy, but they can help provide some of the context and clarity needed to better understand complexity. The figures tell us the story of a France that has changed - and has done so rapidly in a relatively short period of time.

Chibanis l'éternel exil des travailleurs maghrébins

Long-form article, 2014

In the Arabic dialect “chibanis” means “white hair.” This is a long-form article on the immigration of North Africans in France after World War 2 and their dreams, which were born in the boom years and have been transformed in old age, isolation and solitude. “Exiled” from their homeland, forced into invisibility for years, today they seek out friendship and help in a country far and different from their own.

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