Last week, the Yida Photography Exhibit was at Christian Borthers University for another public showing! Here are the results.
We know it's a been a while since we've given you an update on our next documentary film. Here's some news!
Last week, the Yida Photography Exhibit had another public showing! Here are the results.
The Yida Photography Exhibit is coming to the University of Memphis from September 11-15, 2017! Learn more and get involved.
A brief update from our school in Yida Refugee Camp.
Last week, the Yida Photography Exhibit had its first public showing. Here are the results.
The Yida Photography Exhibit examines the crisis in Sudan through the lives of those who have escaped. The 313 breathtaking images featured in this traveling exhibit are part of a collection of 4,535 photos taken in Yida Refugee Camp by Operation Broken Silence’s photographers.
A brief update on how your fundraising and donations are supporting education efforts in Yida Refugee Camp.
The Yida Photography Exhibit wasn't made overnight. It took thousands of travel miles, endless camera clicks, and the help of carpenters, graphic designers, companies, and donors to pull it off.
Jacob Geyer is one of the brilliant photographers behind the Yida Photography Exhibit. Right before we began putting the exhibit together, Jake was in a car accident that broke his pelvis and put him temporarily in wheelchair. Last week he got to see his work for the first time.
Here are the results for the Yida photo Exhibit crowdfunding campaign!
You're making tremedous progress on the crowdfunding campaign for a brand new photography exhibit about Sudan. Learn more.
Read the story behind a recent photo from Yida Refugee Camp, South Sudan.
In the early morning hours of January 16, 2016, three churches in Yida Refugee Camp were torched. Over six months later, it is still unclear exactly why this crime was committed and who was behind it.
We know that for people to respond to the crisis in Sudan, they first need to see what is happening on the ground there. Introducing our most unique project to date that will introduce more people to the crisis in Sudan.