Many Faces One Humanity™ is shaping future generations by working with youth in the community. Our curriculum teaches students about equality and inclusion through classes in photography, while helping them understand their connection to the community. This is a consecutive three year program for the same group of students to expand their photographic talents and encourage collaboration between cultures.
Featured below are students in our pilot program which launched Spring 2016 at Messmer Preparatory Catholic School.
“Through their participation in the program, students were able to expand their views of other cultures and begin to transform their attitude toward and appreciation of people who do not look, speak or think like them. After witnessing the positive changes in my student views of people in their community, I can only imagine how powerful of an experience this will continue to be for them.” — Caitlin Fitzgerald, Second Grade Teacher, Messmer Preparatory Catholic School.
In partnership with Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee and other organizations, we will host quarterly Community Conversations to discuss the importance of inclusion in the community, which will engage corporate leaders, young professionals, elected officials, educators, faith leaders and artists. The goal of these discussions are to promote collaboration and communication while embracing our diversity within the city.
“…visual portrayal of Milwaukee’s rich ethnic, cultural, artistic and religious diversity is riveting and uplifting. The individuals at the heart of her photos are linked together in a powerful metaphor that radiates a joyful sense of community and diversity”. —Tom Heinen, Executive Director, Interfaith Conference