Michel du Cille’s quiet passion is powerfully conveyed in the photographs of his subjects. Dozens of stories over the last week have emphatically described him: extraordinarily empathetic, a witness to history, a brilliant student of people, with professional integrity and personal grace. All true.
Beyond the three Pulitzer Prizes Michel du Cille won was his determination to portray his subjects with dignity and respect. He died on Thursday in Liberia, where he had been covering the Ebola outbreak.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Michel du Cille of The Washington Post, who returned from covering the Ebola crisis in Liberia 21 days ago and who is symptom free, was asked by Syracuse University officials today not to come to campus wh