SPARKit with PROJECTION

 

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As an eating disorder survivor, Colby College student, Aleah Starr developed PROJECTION to allow people to tell their stories anonymously and to push back the media and cultural messages projected onto girls' (and guys') bodies.

At SPARK Summit's PROJECTION "action spot" girls and their allies responded to the prompt: "If you could talk back to the media, what would you say?" Click on the photo below to see the full album or watch this video of PROJECTION taken at SPARK and other sites. Each photo tells a unique story, more powerful because it combines an anonymous author's statement with a model willing to stand up and speak for her or him.

SPARK Summit Action Spot
Prompt: If you could talk back to the media, what would you say?
Projection Photographer: Bek Anderson 


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Click Here for directions on how you can SPARKit with PROJECTION!

Be sure to send your story prompt and fave photos from your projection to us at info@hghw.org, so we can share them with all of our SPARK partners and supporters!

 

Other PROJECTION Projects:

Girls Unlimited: Powered by Girl
Prompt: If you could talk back to the media, what would you say?
Projection Photographers: Kendyl Sullivan, Monica Albu

Girls Unlimited     

 Eating Disorder Activism
Prompt: What is your story?
Projection Photographers: Kristin Nissen, Kelly Riffer, Monica Albu

 

 

 

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