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Notes to Our Sons and Daughters: My Sister’s Voice


The Center for Community Solutions, which provides prevention and intervention services for violence and abuse, presents Notes to Our Sons and Daughters: My Sister’s Voice. A June 6 evening reception at San Diego’s Broadway Pier and Pavilion serves as the public unveiling of the stylized black and white international photographic collection, featuring 40 evocative portraits of women from diverse generations and cultures captured by renowned photographer Pablo Mason. Each photograph will be accompanied by a short video documentary and “note,” sharing a life lesson to be passed on to the next generation. The extraordinary women photographed will attend the reception, many coming from all corners of the globe — Bosnia-Herzegovina, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, and South Sudan. The complete photographic collection, along with the women’s bios, has been transformed into a stunning, yet moving, oversized coffee-table book that will be available at the event.


“Every once in a while, a project comes along that’s so powerful that you have to be a part of it,” says Verna Griffin-Tabor, Center for Community Solutions’ executive director and CEO. “For the Center for Community Solutions, that project is ‘My Sister’s Voice.’ To have the opportunity to raise social consciousness through the incredible life lessons of women locally and globally is a privilege. Finding and celebrating one’s voice is a powerful way to eliminate oppression and violence that depends on the power of shaming a victim into silence.” Reception tickets are $175 each; $250 for VIP (includes private tour with photographer and celebrity host). (858.272.5777, ext. 151, www.ccssd.org)



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