J.R: INSIDE OUT PROJECT*

via: http://www.jr-art.net/projects/inside-out-project-group-actions

Photos

JR1

Austin, Minnesota
152 portraits
We support a view of hard working teachers and school workers lifting up and empowering a diverse culture of young people to prepare them for the realities of life. More on insideoutproject.netJR2

Inside Out – Port Au Prince, Haiti
389 portraits
Rising Souls, Haiti: the resilience of Haitians

JR3

Inside Out – Salvador, Brazil
50 portraits
« Crossing borders: the daily life of Beirú, its knowledges, identities and looks. »JR5

Juarez, Mexico
1180 portraits
Juarez is currently considered to be one of the most dangerous cities in the world. Our objective is to show the other side of the city, the one we don’t see in the media. The people living in Juarez continue their lives despite the violence.

JR6

Oakland, California
44 portraits
This project focuses on OCCUPY OAKLAND, and the individuals that make up this widespread movement. The strength of Occupy lies in the fact that a professor, a laborer, a student, an immigrant, the unemployed, and a business owner can stand together demanding change.

JR7

Belo Horizonte, Brazil
26 portraits
We want out students to see their reality in another way, through art and photography.

JR8

Rome, Italy

65 portraits
Respect and compassion for immigrants.

JR9

Standing Rock Reservation, North Dakota

60 portraits
We are the Lakota Tribe. We are the Seventh Generation and we still exist.

JR10

Chiang Mai, Thailand

33 portraits
Showing new faces of the monastic life through portraits of samaneras (monk novices).

 

JR11

Parroquia Guangaje, Ecuador

23 portraits
The Kichwa Indians are largely excluded from the wider cultural and political dialogue that ocurrs in the country . Most have never seen photos of themselves.

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Russian Embassies across Europe

51 portraits
Standing up against homophobic treatement of LGTB groups in Russia.

JRcaracas_venezuela

Caracas, Venezuela

220 portraits
Portraits of mothers who have lost a child because of violence.

JRgeorgetown_guyana

Georgetown, Guyana

601 portraits
The eyes of Guyanese children that have witnessed violent acts against their mothers, sisters, and/or themselves.

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INSIDE OUT PROJECT

Tunisia, Police Station of La Goulette, 2011

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INSIDE OUT PROJECT

Tel Aviv, 2011

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INSIDE OUT PROJECT

Naplouse, Palestine, 2011

JRkarachi_pakistan
Austin, Minnesota
152 portraits
We support a view of hard working teachers and school workers lifting up and empowering a diverse culture of young people to prepare them for the realities of life. More on insideoutproject.net

 

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