Dignity is the Connection

Episode 7 November 04, 2020 00:18:04
Dignity is the Connection
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Dignity is the Connection
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Show Notes

Ed Cunicelli began his career over twenty years ago, photographing the White Mountain Apache reservation in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Center for Indian Health. Since then his journey has taken him back to locations ranging from Native American and rural communities to a the front lines of the Covid treatment in an urban hospital. Ed focuses on finding the joy, strength and resilience in the people he photographs and making his pictures a testament to the need for social justice and an agent for change.

 

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