Words. Pictures. Action!
Aired On: Feb 7, 2013
Caroline Bennett discusses her use of photography to shed light on social justice, environmental threats and the human condition.
Photojournalist Caroline Bennett strives for a balance in her work that is grounded in ethics, uniquely creative and founded in truth and the dignity of the people represented. Bennett has won several awards for her work on projects for local and international NGOs, the United Nations, The New York Times, Miami Herald and The Wall Street Journal, among others...
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