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The Artist Who Believed No Dream Impossible

Who ever said we are defined by our life circumstances? Fifteen year old artist Inocente has lived homeless and undocumented in San Diego, CA since the age of nine. Despite difficult obstacles, Inocente has relentlessly pursued her dream of becoming a painter. Her heart-wrenching story was finally heard by audiences world wide, as the documentary she inspired took an Oscar last Sunday.

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Unmovable: Photos by Kelly Creedon

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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