We offer participatory photography clinics with marginalized populations in partnership with local organizations in an effort to empower participants, advocate for change, provide research and income opportunities, and ultimately reframe individuals and communities with the dignity.
Our current project is with 6 high school students from 3 local high schools: Faces Fighting Human Trafficking. While youth are the most vulnerable to being trafficked in America today, they are also the ones with the most power to bring about change. To equip and empower them to become change agents, they were unleashed to photograph and interview community leaders engaging trafficking. Their exhibit will debut at the Colorado State University ACT Human Rights Film Festival on April 15th, 2016.