Annie Flanagan

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‘I Feel Invisible’: Native Students Languish in Public Schools
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Nationality: American
Biography: Annie Flanagan is a photographer, filmmaker and teacher who is based in New Orleans, LA. Their work explores topics of self worth, personal narrative, gender and friendship within the documentary framework. Through film and photography,... read on
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‘I Feel Invisible’: Native Students Languish in Public Schools
Credits: annie flanagan
Date of Work: 07/03/18 - 10/12/18
Updated: 04/05/20
At Wolf Point High School in rural Montana, Native American students face the same neglect Native students across the U.S. do as they navigate a school system that has failed American Indians. Written by Erica Green and Annie Waldman. 
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By Annie Flanagan — Transgender WNHL athlete Harrison Browne for The Players' Tribune. 
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Deafening Sound

By Annie Flanagan — Deafening Sound examines the deep roots of gender-based violence and misogyny in American society. Presently, it combines three documentary..
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