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Pour son projet personnel intitulé ImPORTRAITS, le photographe…

ImPORTRAITS – Quand des réfugiés dévoilent leur bien le plus précieux

Portrait photographer Gabriel Hill has created "ImPORTRAITS," a project that shows refugees with their most important item to raise awareness and funds to benefit refugees.

Striking Portraits Show Refugees With Their Most Prized Possessions

Striking Portraits Show Refugees With Their Most Prized Possessions

Portrait photographer Gabriel Hill has created "ImPORTRAITS," a project that shows refugees with their most important item to raise awareness and funds to benefit refugees.

An Open Letter To White Liberal Feminists pictured: 1972 Campaign Poster for Shirley Chisholm

An Open Letter To White Liberal Feminists 1972 Campaign Poster for Shirley Chisholm

Ready to Ditch White Feminism? Here Are 6 Black Feminist Concepts You Need to Know

Poverty Is Not a State of Mind / Poverty is a demanding, stressful, depressive and often violent state. No one seeks it; they are born or thrust into it. In poverty, the whole of your life becomes an exercise in coping and correcting, searching for a way up and out, while focusing today on filling the pots and the plates, maintaining a roof and some warmth, and dreading the new challenge tomorrow may bring.

Poverty Is Not a State of Mind

Reading Books Is Fundamental: a beautiful love letter to the practice of reading from NYT columnist Charles Blow.

Japanese artist Megumi Igarashi, seen here in July, has been indicted on obscenity charges stemming from her genital-inspired artworks.

Japanese Artist Indicted For 'Vagina Kayak'

Provocative artist Megumi Igarashi has been arrested twice in Japan this year for distributing data that lets people make a printed kayak that incorporates a model of her genitals.

Striking Portraits Show Refugees With Their Most Prized Possessions

Striking Portraits Show Refugees With Their Most Prized Possessions

Gabriel Hill didn’t want to dramatize refugee stories; he wanted viewers to relate to their struggles.

Portrait Series of Refugees with their most precious possessions

Portraits of Refugees with Their Most Precious Possession

Gabriel Hill didn’t want to dramatize refugee stories; he wanted viewers to relate to their struggles.

Portraits of refugees and what they took when they left their countries ~ Yosief from Eritrea with his book of phone numbers

Striking Portraits Show Refugees With Their Most Prized Possessions

Busconductress and Postman, London (1977) Evelyn Hofer

How Britain is really viewed by the rest of the world – in pictures

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