Today, We Remember Alexia

Today, we remember Alexia Tsairis, who was tragically murdered in the terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland on Dec. 21, 1988 as she returned home from her study abroad semester in London along with 34 other Syracuse University students who were among the 270 people killed in the attack.

The Alexia Foundation was founded to celebrate and remember Alexia. In her memory, we have awarded over 156 professional and student grants totaling over $1 million dollars. If you would like to be a part of this remembrance and support photojournalism that gives voice to social injustice, respects history lest we forget it and helps us understand cultural difference as our strength, please give generously to The Alexia Foundation this holiday season. Continue reading

The Alexia Foundation Remembers Robert E. Gilka

It was with great sadness that we at The Alexia Foundation learned of the the passing of legendary photographer and editor Robert E. Gilka yesterday morning. In addition to being the director of photography at National Geographic Magazine for more … Continue reading