A Phnom Penh school was turned into a prison, torture and death camp under the reign of Pol Pot between 1971 and 1975. Up to 20,000 died here, among the millions who died across the country. The walls still bear witness.
Debi Cornwall trained in photography at the Rhode Island School of Design while completing her Bachelor's degree in Modern Culture and Media at Brown University. After stints working for Mary Ellen Mark and Sylvia Plachy, as an AP stringer and as an investigator for the federal public defender's office, she attended Harvard Law School and practiced for more than a decade as a civil rights attorney. Her background representing innocent DNA exonerees and other victims of official abuses of power informs her work as a photographer in the social documentary tradition.
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