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Can One Photograph Still Change the World?

Posted by Sandra On August - 2 - 2011

How much is a picture really worth?

Readers of the New York Times┬áthis morning, whether in print or online, were perhaps shocked by the searing image of an emaciated Somalian child, whose skin was wrapped so tightly around his body that the contours of a skeleton were clearly visible. The accompanying story, written by Times reporter Jeffrey Gettleman, detailed a group of Somalian insurgents accused both of blocking Western aid to the country, resulting in a severe famine, and of imprisoning refugees trying to flee to safety. Half a million Somalian children are “on the verge of starvation,” Gettleman reports. The photo itself — by Times photographer Tyler Hicks and spread large across four columns on Page One — was taken in Banadir Hospital.

READ MORE HERE:

http://www.salon.com/news/media_criticism/?story=/news/feature/2011/08/02/somalia_famine_times

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DREAMCATCHERS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN, INC. is an official non-profit 501(c)3 child abuse & neglect organization. Our mission is to educate the public on all aspects of child abuse such as symptoms, intervention, prevention, statistics, reporting, and helping victims locate the proper resources necessary to achieve a full recovery. We also cover areas such as bullying, teen suicide & prevention, children\'s rights, child trafficking, missing & exploited children, online safety, and pedophiles/sex offenders.

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