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Image By: Ada Trillo

Since 2017, Trillo has been following groups of people moving north through Central America. In her new exhibition at the InLiquid Gallery, her photos are shown alongside the work of teenage Latinas in Philadelphia documenting their own lives. “Young Americans” juxtaposes the struggles of coming to the U.S. with the struggles of growing up in the U.S.

KYW Radio:

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PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — A new photography exhibit in North Philadelphia is elevating the voices of young Latinx students, showing how they see the world and the challenges of growing up as young women of color.

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The photographer’s Young Americans exhibition combines Trillo’s work with that of students from the photography group, Photography without Borders (PWB), an after school, youth photography program.

MOTIVOS: 2nd Year - Special Edition

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Photography Without Borders is proud to announce the second publication of a nationally-distributed magazine devoted solely to the experiences of our students as they persist in the face of COVID-19. 

The powerful images and stories the students share on these pages allow us a glimpse into their lives and how they, their families, and others in North Philly are coping with this historic pandemic.  

CBS3 Philadelphia: Brotherly LOVE

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Life inside four walls can look colorful and interesting if you know where to look. Ukee Washington introduces us to photographers opening horizons for kids, even from home.

MOTIVOS Magazine Special Edition

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Welcome to our Images of Quarantine Edition!
This edition pushes us to pause and appreciate the unique time in which we’re living. It beckons us out of the familiar format of motivational stories and poetry you’ve come to expect from Motivos’ four sections on Culture, Life, College Prep, and Career Exploration, and into the world of visual storytelling.

WHYY PBS: EYES ON THE STREET

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La vida en lockdown

The COVID-19 pandemic has, for many of us, revealed the resilience of the people in our lives. Within the Photography Without Borders community I count myself a part of, I learned about the strength of the students and instructors we work with to break barriers of perceived access to the arts.

THE PHILADELPHIA CITIZEN

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THE POWER OF SNAPSHOTS

While Covid-19 has forced the closure of many after-school programs, Photography Without Borders continues to empower North Philly youth with cameras, connections—and confidence. And now, the students’ work has gone national.

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