Many Strong Voices: Portraits of Resilience
Many Strong Voices connects the peoples and places of the Arctic and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to promote their well-being, living, and thriving through art, science, and exchange.
Portraits of Resilience:
Portraits of Resilience at the International Maritime Organization (London, England, 2022).
Portraits of Resilience Background
Initiated and led by Christine Germano, Portraits of Resilience as part of Many Strong Voices presents the words and photographs of Arctic and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) peoples, especially children. It gives them a voice on the local-to-world stages, putting human faces to climate change impacts. No one is a helpless victim of external forces, as the inspiration here shows how the peoples retain a profound sense of place and identity, taking action to see their cultures and communities live and thrive.
Portraits of Resilience at the Ontario Science Centre (Toronto, Canada, 2017).
Portraits of Resilience Stories
Coral and ice at the International Maritime Organization (London, England, 2022).
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