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September 27, 2013

Park Avenue: Money, Power & the American Dream

Award-winning documentary film, Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream, creates a conversation surrounding the inequality of the economic gap between rich and poor, particularly in NYC. Along Park Avenue this disparity is incredibly prominent. One end of Park is home to the highest concentration of billionaires in the...

September 26, 2013

Shore Soup Project

The Rockaway Rescue Alliance Shore Soup Project is a group that formed after Hurricane Sandy indiscriminately tore through the area, leaving many with destroyed homes, no power, and little access to resources. The Shore Soup Project made it their mission to increase the access to healthy food in the...

September 25, 2013

Equality Betrayed: the Impact of Ethnic Profiling in France

“On the streets of Paris, a young black man can be six times as likely to be stopped and checked by the police as a young white man. For young males of Arab origin, the figure is even higher: they are at least eight times more likely to be stopped.” Today, Open...

September 25, 2013

“Before and Aftermath”

This summer the Zimbabwe Association of Female Photographers (ZAFP) had embarked on a socially significant project to document the historic Zimbabwe elections of 2013. The group of photographers were dedicated to capturing not only the voting, but also the time leading up to, and following the elections. Creating a comprehensive visual...

September 24, 2013

Women of Vision

Opening on October 10th, “Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment,” is an exhibition of nearly 100 photographs from 11 acclaimed female photojournalists who are “changing the world one image at a time.” Sponsored by The PNC Financial Services Group, the exhibition will tour multiple cities through 2016....

September 19, 2013

Photography and the Struggle for a Better World

At this year’s PDN PhotoPlus Expo, Ed Kashi (VII) will be speaking on a seminar panel along with Ron Haviv, Glenn Ruga, Amy Yenkin, and Michelle Bogre called, “Photography and the Struggle for a Better World.” Sponsored by SocialDocumentary.net, the topic of discussion will center on photojournalism making a...

September 18, 2013

TEM @ PHOTOVILLE

Come join Talking Eyes Media executive director, Julie Winokur at the PHOTOVILLE 2013 event in Brooklyn this Sunday. Julie will be giving a presentation about Talking Eyes Media’s recent project Bring It to The Table. Join the conversation by participating in live ‘Table Talks’, watching clips from the film, ...

September 13, 2013

SDN Call for Entries

“Since SocialDocumentary.net (SDN) launched in 2008, our tagline has been “Using the power of photography to promote global awareness.” We are now making this the theme of our next call for entries.” SDN has announced a new call for entries. Basing the theme of the competition on their founding principle, SDN...

September 12, 2013

Abandoned Moments in Forward Thinking Museum

Since 1977 I have been developing a photographic approach I call Abandoned Moments, something solely connected to the practice and art of photography that captures a spiritual essence of this craft. It’s a unique expression of my personal journey as a photographer and a way of seeing and creation that...

September 12, 2013

Bring It to The Table at PHOTOVILLE 2013

PHOTOVILLE is a Brooklyn-based pop-up photography destination. The annual event hosts workshops, talks, panels, and exhibitions from transformed freight containers. The unique multi-day program features tons of great educational and fun presentations. At this year’s PHOTOVILLE, Talking Eyes Media‘s Julie Winokur will be presenting Bring It to The Table....

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