Donna Ferrato, award-winning photojournalist, will be at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus next week to talk about her 30 years of photography and her campaign, I am Unbeatable, which uses to photographs to end domestic abuse.
She will also discuss her career as a photographer and the bridge between photojournalism and activism.
Wednesday, Oct. 9
Room 524, Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus
Ferrato’s photographs exposed the secret world of domestic violence. Her landmark book Living with the Enemy (Aperture, 1991) made front-page news, including the cover of Time magazine. Her photographs and insights into the everyday impact of violence have made her a leading voice in documentary photography.
For more on Ferrato and her work, visit IamUnbeatable.com.
This event is co-sponsored by the Departments of History, Art History and Music, Visual Arts, Women’s Studies Program, American Studies Program, and Fordham College at Rose Hill Dean’s Office.