Project Say Something

Project Say Something‘s mission is to unify, educate, heal, and empower communities in the mid South to realize social justice through non-violent communication and direct action against racism, poverty, and related forms of oppression.

This organization is rooted in the “Dirty South,”  and it invites people to be uncomfortable with the past, the present, and the future  In February, Project Say Something hosted their second  forum in the series, “Let’s Talk Honestly about Race.”

Photographer Abraham Rowe volunteered his talent to capture the moment.


 

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1265373_10151595598581814_698957008_o-Abraham Rowe

Along with his wife, Susan, Abraham Rowe offers professional photography service specializing in visual storytelling, portraits, weddings, commercial, and fine art photography.

1921237_10151967307101394_1370810090_o“We like to tell stories and connect with people by documenting what’s around us and the beautiful moments in between. We show what is authentic as well as the unexpected and string those moments together to create an enticing narrative. Our specialties: weddings and commercial.” – See more at: http://abrahamrowephotography.com/about/#sthash.b8IoeNWj.dpuf

 

 

 

 

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