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Worth Watching: Magnum Access to Life Project, and Ed Kashi on NPR

Eight Magnum photographers spent time photographing thirty people in 9 countries around the world, both before and 4 months after starting antiretroviral treatment for AIDS. From MSNBC.com: Tobha Nzima lost her 8-year-old son and two partners to AIDS and was near death herself, but after taking free antiretroviral drugs she got better. Tobha’s story and […]

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Ed Kashi at George Eastman House this Friday

If you’re near Rochester, NY this Friday (June 27), don’t miss the exhibition party for Ed Kashi’s new book/project Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta.  The exhibition is up now through September 1, 2008. Friday’s exhibition party will be held from 7-9:30 pm.  While you’re at the museum, […]

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Curse of the Black Gold by Ed Kashi

Ed Kashi has recently released his latest project- Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta. Looking at the effect the past 50 years of oil exploitation has had on Nigeria’s environment and society, this is a powerful project that is not to be missed. Between the book, a multimedia […]

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