By Ellen Tolmie. Ellen Tolmie was UNICEF's Senior Photography Editor from 1990 through June 2013. This article is a variation on the statement she made to colleagues upon her retirement, at UNICEF House, in New York ...
Irma L. Dillard's insight:
This is a great way to use your photography skills. Kudos to UNICEF. I love anything and all things that promote & advocate for children.
On a spring night in May 1958, LIFE photographer Robert W. Kelley shot a few rolls of film at an intimate jazz gig in New York City. Those photographs, featuring musical legends-in-the-making, were never published.
Marketplace.org Skid Row was L.A.'s solution for homelessness. Now that's changing Marketplace.org Homelessness in America is a problem that is far from solved. Every city has a part of downtown where small groups of homeless people gather.
During the Priority Community Kick-off event on Monday February 25th, Technical Assistance providers for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) revealed that San Diego has a lower rate of family homelessness ...
I know something can be done about this. Politicians can find money (billions) for prisons and for wars. Can we save out children and families?!? People we need to write our congress folks, senators, local politicians and get them to work for us. This is so awful.