AjA: Youth and Photography Transformation

Country
Internacional
Languages
Inglés
Contact
SANDRA AINSLIE
The AjA Project P.O. Box 15695 San Diego, CA 92175
Contact Email
comments@ajaproject.org
Phone #
(619) 223-7001

The AjA Project provides photography-based educational programming to youth affected by war and displacement; students think critically about their identities, develop leadership skills, and become agents of personal and social transformation.

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AjA: Youth and Photography Transformation

Country
دُوَلِيّ
Languages
الإنجليزية
Contact
SANDRA AINSLIE
The AjA Project P.O. Box 15695 San Diego, CA 92175
Contact Email
comments@ajaproject.org
Phone #
(619) 223-7001

The AjA Project provides photography-based educational programming to youth affected by war and displacement; students think critically about their identities, develop leadership skills, and become agents of personal and social transformation.

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AjA: Youth and Photography Transformation

Country
United States of America
Languages
Spanish, English
Contact
SANDRA AINSLIE
The AjA Project P.O. Box 15695 San Diego, CA 92175
Contact Email
comments@ajaproject.org
Phone #
(619) 223-7001

The AjA Project provides photography-based educational programming to youth affected by war and displacement; students think critically about their identities, develop leadership skills, and become agents of personal and social transformation.

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AjA: Youth and Photography Transformation

Country
美国
Languages
西语, 英语
Contact
SANDRA AINSLIE
The AjA Project P.O. Box 15695 San Diego, CA 92175
Contact Email
comments@ajaproject.org
Phone #
(619) 223-7001

The AjA Project provides photography-based educational programming to youth affected by war and displacement; students think critically about their identities, develop leadership skills, and become agents of personal and social transformation.

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