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Photographer Aims Lens at Women in Crisisi
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May 28, 2014 5:43 PM
This month's murder of French photographer Camille Lepage in Central African Republic highlights the dangers of capturing the devastation of war on film. But the risks have not stopped Mary F. Calvert from travelling the world, documenting stories she believes are under-reported. The award-winning American photojournalist believes her most meaningful images are the ones she has taken of women in the most difficult moments of their lives. VOA's Julie Taboh reports.

Photographer Aims Lens at Women in Crisis

Published May 28, 2014

This month's murder of French photographer Camille Lepage in Central African Republic highlights the dangers of capturing the devastation of war on film. But the risks have not stopped Mary F. Calvert from travelling the world, documenting stories she believes are under-reported. The award-winning American photojournalist believes her most meaningful images are the ones she has taken of women in the most difficult moments of their lives. VOA's Julie Taboh reports.


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