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We’re growing!

In January here at The Lamp Project we… • had our first month with over 1,000 page views on the site. • topped 250 Facebook fans. • welcomed a social media team of five very generous volunteers. • began sorting through artist submissions for inclusion in our book, How Art Can Help End Viiolence Against Women. • began developing our first educational programs. • started work on a website redesign. Thank you for supporting The Lamp Project in our mission to illuminate and support socially engaged artists! We’re thrilled to have you as a part of the community of passionate and compassionate people forming around this intersection of arts and causes.

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Unique Voices, Shared Visions: Meena Nanji and GlobalGirl Media

In the U.S., women and minorities continue to be vastly underrepresented in the media. The mission of GlobalGirl Media is to put tools of the journalistic trade into the hands of young women around the world. Co-founder Meena Nanji’s work is unified by her ethical and intellectual commitments as well as her artistic vision, whether mentoring young women in journalism across the U.S. with GlobalGirl or making a documentary featuring the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan, “I think my works are pieces of a larger, coherent ethical project.”

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