By Amber Hubka Cook on July 24, 2020.
I See You: Sawubona
The I See You: Sawubona project gives us an opportunity to reflect on how we see each other. It invites us to ask ourselves if we are really recognizing our own humanity in others or if we are allowing our own fears, biases, and prejudices to interfere in recognizing the value and beauty that each person brings to society. The project shares stories and photographs of survivors who have endured discrimination based on their socioeconomic status, orientation, race, disability and other grounds of discrimination.