FOR BLACK MOTORISTS, A NEVER-ENDING FEAR OF BEING STOPPED For a report on drivers’ experiences of racial profiling, National Geographic collaborated with the Undefeated, an ESPN website that explores the intersection of race, culture, and sports. “The Stop” is the work of (above, left to right) writer Michael Fletcher and photographer Wayne Lawrence. Fletcher, a senior writer at the Undefeated, previously was a reporter at the Washington Post covering education and race relations. He is co-author of the 2007 book Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas. Lawrence is a widely published documentary photographer whose stated focus is “communities otherwise overlooked by mainstream media.” His work has been exhibited at galleries and institutions including the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Lawrence also shot the photos for this month’s story on interracial marriage.