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In 2018, students led a walk-out for “Radical Compassion” on campus. Photo by Michelle Levinger ’19.

Social Justice Through Photography: Blake Dion

In this Semester II course, students explore the use of digital photography as a way to take action on social justice issues. Students collaborate on a large project that involves photos and interviews. While taking Social Justice Through Photography, students build on their research, artistic, and leadership skills. 

“Social Justice Through Photography (Semester II) is a great option for students that are interested in exploring photography as a tool for building awareness and inspiring action on social justice issues,” Photography teacher Blake Dion said. “In this course, students will explore the use of digital photography and visual storytelling to collaborate on a semester-long project that uses photography and interviewing techniques to document local stories of activism.”

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