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Webinar for students: how indigenous youth defend the amazon with pablo albarenga. the pulitzer center education team invites students and their teachers and parents guardians to join us for a speaker series in which journalists highlight under reported stories of resilience around the world. As part of pulitzer center education's series on "stories of resilience," photojournalist pablo albarenga shared his reporting on april 29, 2020 in a webinar for students titled "how indigenous youth defend the amazon." available on at the above link, the webinar began with a presentation by albarenga on how he became a journalist, and his process reporting on activisn bt indigenous. Seeds of resistance is a project that seeks to explore the bond between the land defenders and the territories they inhabit, in a single image. by using aerial footage, the main characters in the stories are seen from above, as though they are laying down their lives for their territory. then, a second image is shot from a much higher altitude. On may 6, 2020, time for kids editor jaime joyce joined 245 students and educators around the world to discuss how children learn while navigating challeges presented by migration and displacement. the webinar was presented by education coordinator, jaya mukherjee and education manager hannah berk. the full webinar presentation, including the images and text shared by joyce, is available for. Seeds of resistance is a project that seeks to explore the bond between the land defenders and the territories they inhabit, in a single image. by using aerial footage, the main characters in the stories are seen from above, as though they are laying down their lives for their territory. then, a second image is shot from a much higher altitude.
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Pablo albarenga creative 2020 sony world photography awards by world photography organisation | 12 months 1 day ago in 2017, at least 207 leaders and environmentalists were killed around the world while protecting their communities from mining, agribusiness and other projects threatening their territories. According to a 2018 report by global witness, most of these cases occurred in brazil with 57 assassinations being recorded, of which 80% were against people defending the amazon. while the statistics expose an alarming situation, they fail to provide detailed information about the stories and people behind these figures, nor about the struggles. Pulitzer center grantees pablo albarenga and ana maria arévalo developed outdoor exhibitions as part of new york’s photoville 2020 and spoke to a virtual audience about their projects. albarenga’s exhibition, seeds of resistance , depicts young indigenous people defending land from exploitative human practices and climate change.
Webinar For Students: How Indigenous Youth Defend The Amazon With Pablo Albarenga