Burn Out—Makeshift
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Burners Without Borders takes Burning Man’s artistic values out of the desert and into the world

— Burn Out

While 35,000 idealists, artists, and dreamers were living it up at Burning Man 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast. Best known for partying in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, some “burners” left their makeshift city with heavy machinery en route to the devastated coastal towns of Mississippi, helping clear a million dollars worth of debris. Soon after, Burners Without Borders (BWB) was born.

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Street-level slaughterhouses stabilize Egypt’s meat market, disrupted each year by Eid al-Adha

— Bones for Meat