The traveling exhibition of A Better Life for Their Children will be on view at the
Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, Virginia,

May 25, 2024 - April 20, 2025.

Andrew Feiler's photography is now part of the permanent collection of the Library of Congress as well as the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait Gallery.

Andrew Feiler was named “Book Photographer of the Year” by Prix de la Photographie Paris (PX3) in 2022 and A Better Life for Their Children won the gold medal for documentary book. The book also won the International Photography Awards (IPA) 2022 first place for documentary book. It has been honored with an Eric Hoffer Award, an Axiom Award Gold Medal, and a Book, Jacket, and Journal Award from the Association of University Presses. 

Photographs from A Better Life for Their Children were chosen for inclusion in Portrait of Humanity 2022 published by the British Journal of Photography.

Composer Doug Hooker crafted a symphony inspired by Andrew Feiler's photography. This composition tells the full sweep of the role education has played in bringing African Americans into the promise of America. The symphony, Without Regard to Sex, Race, or Color, takes its title from that of Feiler's first book. The world premiere of the symphony took place February 6, 2022, at the Ferst Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Addition performances are planned.  

Selected media for A Better Life for Their Children:
Wall Street Journal, The 4,978 Schools that Changed America, 2021
Smithsonian, Inside the Rosenwald Schools, 2021
Architect, The Architecture of Rosenwald Schools, 2021
CBS This Morning, Impact of Rosenwald Schools, 2021
Georgia Public Broadcasting, Political Rewind, Interview, 2021