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Paul Lowe—Panos Pictures Hutu survivors from the shootings and subsequent stampede in Kibeho camp penned themselves into a compound the day after..VIEW MOREPaul Lowe—Panos Pictures1 of 9Behind the PhotosThe Photo That Inspired Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 Fashion ShowPaul MoakleyOlivier LaurentFeb 12 2016It was in southern Rwanda April 1995 when British photographer Paul Lowe made this picture Thousands of Hutus had crammed into a small area of the Kibeho camp one day after Tutsi soldiers had massacred thousands of people thereThis week that photograph reappeared in an unexpected context: the invitation to Kanye West’s fashion show Yeezy Season 3 invitation on Kanye West’s twitter featuring Paul Lowe’s image from the Rwandan Genocide In a moment where fashion art music and street style collided West unveiled his new collection Yeezy Season 3 in conjunction with the launch of his latest album The Life of Pablo West collaborated once again with Italian conceptual artist Vanessa Beecroft best known for her "living paintings" The two artists who first began working together in 2008 presented a fashion show within a post-apocalyptic scene inspired by Lowe’s photographIn West’s fashion show male and female models clothed in the singer’s new line of sportswear were washed in the haze of smoke machines and spotlights channeling the gloom and despair of the original photograph The performance used the power of stillness along with subtle movements that ranged from somber and weary Toward the end of the show some models raised their fists in a symbol of defiance while West acted as master of ceremonies performing directing and emceeing for nearly an hourLowe who made the image used on Kanye’s invitation more than two decades ago welcomed its reemergence "When my work gets picked by other cultural forms and used to explore the edges of what social politics are about it’s quite interesting" he tells TIMEThe photographer says he didn’t know exactly how his picture would be used beyond the promotional posters and invitations that were distributed ahead of the show but "if people want to find things in my work that is relevant and useful to contemporary issues and contemporary politics that’s great" he says "And the fact that an image that is 20 years old can still resonate today is indicative that there’s still a lot to do"Paul Moakley is the Deputy Director of Photography and Visual Enterprise at TIME Follow him on Twitter @paulmoakleyOlivier Laurent is the editor of TIME LightBox Follow him on Twitterand Instagram @olivierclaurentAfter failing in March to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act House Republicans will vote again on a new version Thursday afternoon What exactly is in this revamped billhow much it will cost US taxpayers how many people it will leave uninsured or whether it actually covers those with pre-existing conditionsremains unclear just hours before lawmakers are set to vote This opacity is due in part to the fact that the Congressional Budget Office has not had time to score the bill (When it scored the first version in March it found that while the new law would skim $187 billion over 10 years from projected deficits it would also result in 24 million Americans being without insurance by 2026) But the uncertainty over what’s in this bill is also because two major amendments were announced just this week Both have the possibility of changing how the bill will likely affect hundreds of millions of Americans The first amendment negotiated by Republicans Tom MacArthur of New Jersey and Mark Meadows of North Carolina on behalf of the conservative Freedom Caucus would allow states to opt-out of a Obamacare provision requiring insurers to charge everyone the same amount for health insurance If that seems like inside baseball it’s not: because if insurers are no longer required to charge everyone the same amount they are widely expected to charge people with pre-existing conditions much much more So that means that if your kid has leukemia you’ll still be able to get insurance but it could cost you say hundreds of thousands of dollars per year To put that another way if states opt-out of that Obamacare requirement insurers would still technically be required to offer coverage to people with pre-existing conditionsallowing Trump to truthfully say he adhered to his campaign promise But many people who actually have pre-existing conditions could still be out of luck That same MacArthur-Meadows amendment also allows states to opt-out of another different Obamacare provision That one requires insurers to offer health plans covering ten basic “essential health benefits” Those 10 essential benefits include among other things maternity and newborn care hospitalization and prescription drugs Again if that seems like a side note off in the weeds it’s not If states opt-out of that provision insurers would be allowed legally to offer people health plans that don’t cover much In that case customers might see their premiums falljust $99 a month Sign me upbut if they actually get pregnant or sick or require a prescription drug their insurer wouldn’t be required to cover any of their costs As a Wall Street Journal story pointed out if any state opts-out of covering essential health benefits hundreds of millions of Americans could see their benefits shrink Anyone covered in the individual market anyone covered by Medicaid and anyoneincluding the roughly 159 million of uswould be susceptible to changes Here’s why Back in 2011 the Obama Administration announced that employers should interpret an obscure sentence in the Affordable Care Act to mean that they can offer employees the required benefits from any state where they operate At the time that little hunk of guidance got no press and no one cared because it didn’t matter: Under Obamacare there was a national set of 10 essential benefits that all insurers in every state were bound to offer So no matter where your company operated you had to offer your employees the same thing No exceptions This MacArthur-Meadows amendment changes all that If any stateeven just oneopts out of Obamacare’s 10 essential benefits requirement then large employers anywhere can use that state as their benchmark If Kansas says insurers don’t have to cover maternity care then large employers with operations in Kansas and any state don’t have to cover maternity care either That leads us to the second major amendment in this version of the House Republicans’ “repeal and replace” bill which was negotiated by Michigan Republican Fred Upton It provides $8 billion over five years to fund what’s known as “high-risk pools” in states The Upton amendment was designed in part to protect the sickest most vulnerable people in states that take the MacArthur-Meadows opt-outs The logic goes like this: if people with pre-existing conditions are priced-out of private health plans they can petition to be accepted to special state-run insurance poolsthose are the “high risk pools”for the sickest of the sick The idea requires that states or the federal government or both will be willing to pony-up to pay for those who need it most But when states have tried this in the past that’s not exactly how it worked One main problem is that high risk pools are insanely expensive State and federal governments don’t want to pay billions of dollars a year so it gets harder and harder for patients to even get into high risk pools And once they’re admitted they’re asked to pay tens of thousands of dollars in premiums to stay in If the House Republicans’ current “repeal and replace” plan passes there’s no good single estimate of how much these risk pools would end up costing The final calculation will depend on lots of moving parts like how many people end up losing their Medicaid coverage whether employer-based plans stop covering essential benefits and how much patients are expected to contribute to their own plans But most conservative estimates say high risk pools will cost about $25 to $35 billion dollars a year Which makes that $8 billion look like a drop in the bucket To be clear if the House passes the current version of the law and the Senate passes a similar bill in a few weekstwo pretty big “ifs” at this pointwe still don’t really know how it would impact hundreds of millions of Americans There are just too many question marks And coming up with any rational answer means attempting to predict what state legislatures and governors will choose to do If states choose not to opt-out of any Obamacare requirements it’s possible to imagine a scenario where Obamacare that much-maligned federal law continues to be quietly implemented at the state level But if states do choose to opt-out it’s also equally possible to imagine a scenario where hundreds of millions of Americans’ access to health care changes overnight Contact us at [email protected] "The pilot is hugely experienced in Antarctic flying, Last September, "As far as stock 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