When: Wed., Aug. 10, 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. 2011
North Central and Southport High School have a large population of Burmese refugee students. After fleeing the political violence of their home of Burma/Myanmar, the photographs taken by these students will be on display for those shopping at the farmer’s market. The works illustrate the uncertainty of life in an unfamiliar country, and is the result of a two year initiative known as Project Einstein, funded by Digital Democracy. For more info, visit www.digital-democracy.org.