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Bald is Beautiful

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A group of American women got together with the idea of redefining the concept of beauty. Men can be blond, brown, red, white and… bald. Why not women? I photographed them in New York as they were that day and I collected their stories too. Some of them have alopecia, some have been through chemotherapy, others […]

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Portraits from Kathputli Nagar

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(Text and Photos by: Isaak J. Liptzin ) I arrived in Jaipur intending to stay only for a few days, but I ended up meeting a group of people who lived in the Kathputli colony. (click to see the photogallery) I visited their home, and spoke to them about the school they were trying to […]

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Himba

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A hydroelectric dam threatens ancient tradition of the Himba in Namibia. Click to see the entire photo gallery The history of the Himba, a nomadic ethnic group located in northern Namibia, known for the distinctive red ocher of their body, is a story of human tragedy.  Periods of severe drought took turns with armed attack […]

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Buy Her Bag, Not Her Body

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- A story told by Yelena Posniak/S4C New York City – I recently had the honor to interview Supei Liu and Diana Mao, the co-founding members of the Nomi Network based in New York City. By utilizing their knowledge of fashion design, marketing, business and with great creativity, Nomi Network is making a tremendous difference […]

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Shoot 4 Change: Next Generation (Rome)

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In May we reported on Shoot 4 Change’s project “Next Generation.”  We are pleased to bring you an update on the success they are finding with this project in Rome. …Moments Count How do you teach photography to those who have it already inside? How do you make love photography those who see it daily […]

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S4C Next Generation – Cameras to unite children

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Do you have an old camera sitting around that you don’t know what to do with?? Here is your chance to donate it to a great cause! S4C NEXT GENERATION is a global initiative to bring photography to children worldwide. S4C photographers created a program that will unite children from remote villages in Costa Rica […]

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An Unexpected End

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Click here to see, large screen, the photogallery If the real estate and debt disaster in Ireland have filled the front pages of the most important news papers around the world, another unexpected consequence of the economic recession is the abandonment of horses. During Ireland’s boom years, indeed, thousands of people bought horses as a […]

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Music Therapy: A Note Of Hope

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This is a photo essay from Shoot 4 Change. Click this link or the links below to see the entire photo essay. There are almost constant sounds inside the Hospital. Nurses rush in and out, forced by the unstoppable rhythm of the Children’s floor. But when the trolley used for the Music Therapy comes closer […]

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Last stand on the Island

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We are particularly glad, today, to present you Last Stand on the Island, a project by Evan Abramson and Carmen Elsa Lopez. Evan and Carmen have traveled the world covering stories about hunger, aids, humanity and environment issues. Their work is compelling, inspiring and brings attention to issues that we would never have known existed. […]

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S4C with Kidzdream in Senegal

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                  S4C is still in Dakar, Senegal at the World Social Forum 2011 with Antonio Marcello. We are here with our partner, Stefano Scialotti, founder of the project KIDZDREAM . Stefano is travelling the World mapping kids dreams as a way to open new communication channels with […]

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