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South Africa Youth See New Life Through Photographyi
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September 26, 2013 4:43 PM
There is a growing initiative in Johannesburg, South Africa, that teaches disadvantaged children how to take photographs and sell their prints in high-end parts of the city. The project is called "I was shot in Joburg" -- a word play on the city's violent reputation. As Emilie Iob reports, the initiative is providing children with a new perspective and is helping to change their lives.

South Africa Youth See New Life Through Photography

Published September 26, 2013

There is a growing initiative in Johannesburg, South Africa, that teaches disadvantaged children how to take photographs and sell their prints in high-end parts of the city. The project is called "I was shot in Joburg" -- a word play on the city's violent reputation. As Emilie Iob reports, the initiative is providing children with a new perspective and is helping to change their lives.


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