Reflections from Nat Geo Photo Camp: at-risk youth and underserved refugee teens use photography to tell their stories and explore the world around them

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On Monday, May 22, 18 students from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Palestine, Afghanistan and Greece entered the Photo Camp classroom with hopes of learning something new. On Monday, May 22, 18 students embarked on unchartered territory — learning how to use photography to communicate their experiences, thoughts and stories with students who speak Farsi, Arabic, Greek and English. On Monday, May 22, 18 students changed my life.

Read the full story on the 21CF Blog.

 

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