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Exhibition and Book:  Denied: The Crisis of America's Uninsured

tem_union_2.jpgDENIED: The Crisis of America’s Uninsured, produced by Talking Eyes Media, exhibits photographs with text that share powerful personal accounts about what it means to be without health insurance in America.  The book consists of photographs and 41 individual stories that represent the 41 million uninsured at the time of publication and reveal "the harrowing reality faced by people every day when access is denied and the disparity in healthcare rules their lives." 

The show consists of 20 oversized black-and-white photographs by award-winning photojournalist Ed Kashi, with accompanying text by writer Julie Winokur. These compelling images reveal the personal struggle to maintain hope and dignity when access to health care is denied. They convey the human toll of being uninsured in a way that statistics and studies can’t possibly achieve. They bring the issues to life on a vivid and profound scale that has already touched thousands of people.

For more information about the exhibit and the book, visit the website of Talking Eyes Media.

Talking Eyes Media is a multi-media public interest organization that creates and distributes compelling visual materials that advocate for positive social change. They concentrate on issues that are currently underrepresented in the mainstream media and use their books, exhibitions, websites and films to raise awareness and broaden public debate.

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