UNDERREPRESENTED

VOLUME I, ISSUE #7

 

We take a look at a photographer, a zinester, and a pair of playwrights all passionate about calling attention to the underrepresented around them: the small town citizens, LGBT minorities, and immigrants. What motivated these creators to champion the overlooked and underheard?

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PAUL KWILECKI: PHOTOGRAPHER & PARTICIPANT

Phil Kwilecki sold his family's hardware store in Decatur, Georgia, and picked up a camera, documenting faces, places, and circumstances in his hometown and the surrounding county.  While he struggled to gain widespread exposure, he corresponded with many legends and accumulated a perspective on place that spanned four decades and countless faces.  

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ZINESTERS OF COLOR KICK OFF NATIONWIDE TOUR IN NEW ORLEANS

A DIY group of self-made self-publishers head out on the second Race Riot Tour, bringing inspiration, education, and activation to fellow people of color who express themselves by making independent zines.  

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VOICES OF NASHVILLE

A new documentary play brings personal stories of immigrants to Middle Tennessee to the stage in Nashville.  Christine Mather, one of the playwrights, speaks with SG about the work.

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