Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer Bill Kotsatos is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography. These images are from his project ‘Truckers For Trump‘. To see Bill’s portfolio click on any image.
The Morrison’s 8-year-old daughter Zelda spends some alone time in the rig’s sleeper.
Truck driver Carlos Jordan receives a Truckers for Trump T-shirt from Lorraine Morrison at a truck stop in Ontario, Calif. The trucking industry has long been considered the backbone of American commerce moving materials, dry and raw goods throughout the U.S. generating $255b in yearly revenue.
Zelda tends to her home-school homework assignment during a stop along the way to the RNC in Cleveland.
The Christian group Transport For Christ prays with the Truckers for Trump for their safe journey to Cleveland.
Zelda pulls her own weight while on the road with her parents. As much as she enjoys traveling with her parents, the young girl admits that she never has a friend for long.
Jim Morrison takes a nap in the back of his rig while his wife mans the wheel.
Zelda spends time reading her favorite book while riding in the family’s rig.
Lorraine Morrison meets a family of Trump supporters on their land outside Billings, Montana.