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Unique Voices, Shared Visions: Meena Nanji and GlobalGirl Media

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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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Raechel Running: Light in the Shadows

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“In my art and activism I try to overcome despair and to make visual connections for people to foster kinship and hope in these times of change.” The photography of Raechel Running abounds with cultural symbolism and inter-cultural harmonies and dissonances. The results are eye-popping. She uses her talent, time and energy to help a number of organizations, including One Heart World-Wide, which is working to improve the dismal maternal health and mortality rates of indigenous populations in Mexico.

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Unmovable: Photos by Kelly Creedon

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Kelly Creedon tells the stories of people in Boston’s working-class and low-income neighborhoods who are facing foreclosure and eviction. In partnership with community organization, City Life/Vida Urbana, Creedon’s exhibit, “We Shall Not Be Moved” brings these stories to life in color photographs.

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