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Through documentary photography and the participation in photography workshops, The Crossing Borders Project encourages citizens to generate their own voice rather than others doing it for them. Disposable cameras were distributed to three different groups in the West Bank of Israel who are closed within a wall and who cannot cross the borders to share their story with the rest of the world. The three representative groups are: The Tamer Institute for Community Education in Ramallah, Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem, and the Palestinian Working Women Society for Development in Ramallah. This book is the voice of the people, from the people and by the people. A collaborative effort to tell the story. The Crossing Borders Book is a collection of stories and images that were chosen by the participants to be shared with others. Part of the collection of images in the book, reflect behind the scene realities of the conflict through the lens. The book is dedicated to all those who hope and work for peace.
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Susan Brannon has been a photojournalist in the Middle East covering the conflict for over 7 years. Her work has been published in magazines, newspapers and through international humanitarian aid agencies. She exposes the real life effects and behind the scene realities of war through the lens on those who have been marginalized from conflicts.
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Book Description Aardvark Global Publishing, 2009. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. 1st. Seller Inventory # SONG1427638233