I am among the nine photographers who are passionate about challenging injustice through photography. Selected from 650 applicants, we join 48 other image-makers that have been trained through this program since 2010.
- We are:
- Aishwarya Arumbakkam, India
- Asef Mohammad, Pakistan
- Farzana Hossen, Bangladesh
- Gabriella Báez Reyes, Puerto Rico
- Jon Santiago, US
- Nolan Ryan Trowe, US
- Oscar Castillo, Venezuela
- Shaima Al-Tamimi, Yemen/Qatar
- Uma Bista, Nepal
- "Due to Covid-19, this year the Photography and Social Justice Program will be held remotely. We look forward to learning alongside these talented image-makers as we develop new frameworks for remote collaboration. We hope that this experience and the outcomes will be deeply constructive for our own capacity to continue supporting a globally dispersed network, as well as for the broader field."
2020 Photography and Social Justice Fellows — Magnum Foundation
In the face of this global crisis and economic upheaval, visual storytellers can provide crucial perspective and elevate the experiences of the most vulnerable among us. To that end, Magnum Foundation is proud to announce the 2020 Photography and...