Wednesday, October 30, 2019 - 7-8:30pm Refreshments follow.
Free and open to the public
Today, a global population of mobile phone users take more photographs in an hour than have been taken in the entire history of analog photography. Yet some of these photos stand out and make a presence. Three professional photographers will present images of their photography documenting social justice issues, including sexual trafficking, and criminal justice. They will talk about the power of photography as a tool for social change.