At last month’s Thomson Reuters Anti-Slavery Summit the audience was spellbound by the stories, and images, of humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine. Sarah Lazarus spoke to her about her work BY SARAH LAZARUS Read the full article on Post Magazine
Lisa Kristine’s new photographic essay, Bound to Freedom with a declaration by Pope Francis, presents this crime against humanity as it exists today. Bound to Freedom is a call to action. In order to create change in a world that allows such crimes to exist, we first need to see and understand how it exists.
This video was produced for the Vatican’s End Slavery project and is intended to bring about awareness of those enslaved and to catalyze the eradication of slavery in our modern world. In conjunction with the world’s faith leaders, government bodies, business and media leaders, it is my honor to share these images in the spirit
Sometimes, a picture is just a picture. But in the case of Lisa Kristine, a picture is a tool, a powerful instrument for connecting humans from disparate corners of the globe and crusading for awareness and social justice.
Witness: Illuminating the World of Modern-day Slavery… Acclaimed humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine specializes in images of remote indigenous peoples. Best known for her evocative and saturated use of color, Kristine has collaborated with international humanitarian organizations and is often asked to present her work to inspire discussions on human rights and social change. Recorded at
Over the next 2 months more than 200,000 visitors will view the exhibition at the University. Along with docents, they created a brochure with a self guided tour. Using EnSlaved as leverage, over the next months they have created more than 30 lectures/curiculum around slavery, both historical and in modern day. My lecture was too
This article also contains audio of Lisa’s radio interview about the exhibit at the Freedom Center, click the link here to listen. Humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine, who specializes in indigenous peoples worldwide, uses her powerful images and intimate portrayals to elevate awareness of social causes such as modern slavery. The United Nations estimates there are approximately 27
X-files star Gillian Anderson plays a character inspired by Lisa Kristine in the new film ‘SOLD‘. Adapted from the internationally bestselling novel by Patricia McCormick, Sold follows a 13-year-old Nepali girl named Lakshmi whose father sends her to Kolkata, India, to work as a domestic servant. Instead, she finds herself living as a sex slave
Article from the Press Democrat Lisa Kristine created her own job, traveling the world to take photos of indigenous people in remote places, and eventually emerged with own job title. Now she is invariably designated the “humanitarian photographer,” best known for documenting slavery around the world with photos of people laboring in gold mines in