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Joseline Ingabire with her daughter Leah Batamuliza, da série Intended Consequences: Mothers of Genocide, Children of Rape
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Jonathan Torgovnik: Intended Consequences: Rwandan Children Born of Rape

Photography as Activism: Images for Social Change, a book by Michelle Bogre

Intended Consequences conveys through its visual parity the burden of long-internalized silence—unbroken until now—over the sexual torture of Rwandan women by militiamen during and after the bloodiest phase of the 1994 genocide.

Jonathan Torgovnik, portraits d'enfants non désirés

Joseline Ingabire with her daughter Leah Batamuliza, da série Intended Consequences: Mothers of Genocide, Children of Rape

Joseline Ingabire with her daughter Leah Batamuliza, da série Intended Consequences: Mothers of Genocide, Children of Rape

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Jonathan C. Torgovnik (American, b. Valentine with her daughters Amelie and Inez, Rwanda, from the series Intended Consequences,

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Photographer Pieter Hugo's 'Portraits of Reconcilitaion' // Is a series of images showing victims next to their perpetrators of the Rwanda genocides. The stories of repentance and forgiveness are magnificently beautiful.

(source) This week marks the anniversary of the genocide in Rwanda. I’m ashamed to say that 20 years ago I knew nothing of what was taking place on … Continued

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“Sometimes justice does not give someone a satisfactory answer. But when it comes to forgiveness willingly granted, one is satisfied once and for all.

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I See Hurting People - Do You?…Really great post about noticing those around you who need to be loved
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Walk around a busy city at night, and hand homeless people food.

Don't forget about homeless people! Today is National Homeless Persons' Memorial Day

People walk by them like it doesn't matter that need help. Students Helping the Homeless is going to create packages to provide things such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, deoderant ect.

I prayed while it rained. We had taken food to the homeless, but I was lying in a warm dry bed and they were sitting on a cold, wet sidewalk getting soaked. The problem is too big for me or a small group to solve.

I See Hurting People - Do You?…Really great post about noticing those around you who need to be loved

I See Hurting People - Do You?…Really great post about noticing those around you who need to be loved
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A survivor of the genocide in Rwanda tells about how she saw most of her family killed. (2009). It always takes courage to speak up.
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Rwanda: 15 years on - Placidia's story

A survivor of the genocide in Rwanda tells about how she saw most of her family killed. (2009). It always takes courage to speak up.

A survivor of the genocide in Rwanda tells about how she saw most of her family killed. (2009). It always takes courage to speak up.
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In the aftermath of this year’s debates over manipulated photos, a new show sets out to explore the history of altered images in photojournalism.

Phil Knott’s portraits of the Afropunk scene show “the other black experience” among fans of alternative music.

Devin Allen's Inside Story in Baltimore

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"Reimagining a Tragedy, 50 Years Later," by Maurice Berger, New York Times, Lens, September 13, 2013
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The photography of Leonard Freed, whose images explored the March on Washington at ground level, still resonates 50 years after that historic day.

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A collection of images of African-American men together, from the Civil War to the present, challenges modern discomfort with male intimacy, sexual or otherwise.

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"Reimagining a Tragedy, 50 Years Later," by Maurice Berger, New York Times, Lens, September 13, 2013

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'Lee-Anne Olwage is a documentary and portrait photographer with a passion for social and environmental issue. She believes in using the power of photography for social change and likes to align her work with NGO’s, conservation projects and organizations promoting social change. She was blown away by what she saw in Pollsmoor Prison, but not for the reasons you might think… this is her epic photo journey.' Yoga creates powerful transformation in Pollsmoor prison:
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A photojournalist was blown away by what she saw in Pollsmoor Prison, but not for the reasons you might think. this is her epic photo journey.

'Lee-Anne Olwage is a documentary and portrait photographer with a passion for social and environmental issue. She believes in using the power of photography for social change and likes to align her work with NGO’s, conservation projects and organizations promoting social change. She was blown away by what she saw in Pollsmoor Prison, but not for the reasons you might think… this is her epic photo journey.' Yoga creates powerful transformation in Pollsmoor prison:

'Lee-Anne Olwage is a documentary and portrait photographer with a passion for social and environmental issue. She believes in using the power of photography for social change and likes to align her work with NGO’s, conservation projects and organizations promoting social change. She was blown away by what she saw in Pollsmoor Prison, but not for the reasons you might think… this is her epic photo journey.' Yoga creates powerful transformation in Pollsmoor prison:

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D’Jamel Young and Leiomy Maldonado for the series - The Trans Community of Christopher Street - Portraits from the neighborhood where the L.G.B.T. movement began - Photographs by Mark Seliger

The Trans Community of Christopher Street

D’Jamel Young and Leiomy Maldonado for the series - The Trans Community of Christopher Street - Portraits from the neighborhood where the L. movement began - Photographs by Mark Seliger

Carmen Carrera (right), with her husband, Adrian Torres, and their daughters, for the series - The Trans Community of Christopher Street - Portraits from the neighborhood where the L.G.B.T. movement began - Photographs by Mark Seliger

The Trans Community of Christopher Street

Carmen Carrera (right), with her husband, Adrian Torres, and their daughters, for the series - The Trans Community of Christopher Street - Portraits from the neighborhood where the L. movement began - Photographs by Mark Seliger

Rwanda. #Rwanda #Rwandan #Africa #African #EastAfrica #EastAfrican

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"Intended Consequences: Children of Rape" Portraits of Rwandan women who were brutally raped during the country's genocide and the children born as a result - Jonathan Torgovni

Reflections on the Rwandan Genocide; Photographs By James Nachtwey - LightBox

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Umwami Rudahigwa n'Umwamikazi Gicanda mu 1950 by fiacreigihozo, via Flickr

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"MacArthur fellow LaToya Ruby Frazier captures the town that survived," PBS Newshour, January 5, 2016

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"MacArthur fellow LaToya Ruby Frazier captures the town that survived," PBS Newshour, January 2016

I heart this, not fashion but one of Kharum's photos after trip to a deaf school in Rwanda, folks be signing their names

I heart this, not fashion but one of Kharum's photos after trip to a deaf school in Rwanda, folks be signing their names

Sara Darehshori and Pierre-Richard Prosper, who ALONE, fought to get rape classified as a war crime in Rwanda, after 500,000 women were raped in a 3-month period, according to a 1996 U.N.Report.  The rape crisis accompanied MASS killings, but rape was not even considered a crime, there, until these two people had it declared as such.   Total Heroes!!!!!  (click for full story and upcoming documentary info)

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Alessio Romenzi Al-Qusayr, Syria A girl mourns her father, killed by pro-government Shabiha militia and left on the street, in Al-Qusayr.

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