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The Self-Portrait Project will be on Capitol Hill in D.C. this Friday, January 24, in support of housing rights in Haiti.  

The event is co-sponsored by Amnesty International & Congresswoman Barbara Lee, and will feature a panel of inspirational human rights defenders, as well as a screening of Jon Bougher’s documentary about the housing crisis in Haiti, “Mozayik”.  

To RSVP for the event, please visit this link.

New Year’s SPP

The Self-Portrait Project will be at Tutu’s in Brooklyn to ring in the New Year. Starting at 9pm through the night. 25 Bogart St.

Amnesty International’s Human Right to Housing Conference Postponed

Unfortunately, the right to housing event tonight at the U.S. Capitol has been postponed due to beautiful snow.  Stay tuned for details about rescheduling.

The Self-Portrait Project will be at the U.S. Capitol in D.C. tomorrow from 6-8pm. We’ll be presenting a selection of Self-Portraits from our recent trip to Haiti encampments - where over 280,000 citizens still live, homeless after the earthquake - and will be supporting Jon Bougher’s “Mozayik” documentary screening. Human rights defenders Patrice Florvilus, Shana Griffin, and Khalil Shahyd will be speaking. The event is co-sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, and Amnesty International. If you are in the area and would like to attend, please RSVP at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1iv-ZZ61wq5li6V5pAOJwzLIm-RB4He87cV974VUNHOc/viewform

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The Self-Portrait Project will be in Haiti from Sept. 3 - Sept. 10

I am proud to announce that the Self-Portrait Project will be going to Haiti this Tuesday for one week, in a collaboration with the Pink Stone Foundation, international housing campaign Under Tents, and Haitian community activist organization FRAKKA.  

We will be visiting some of the many post-earthquake encampments throughout the country, where over 300,000 internally displaced Haitian citizens still exist without access to clean running water or sanitary living conditions; violence is often rampant in these encampments, as security is virtually non-existent.  

Working closely with Haitian community activists and others who are directly affected by the crisis, the hope is to use these Haitian Self-Portraits in advocacy campaigns to bring awareness to this very important housing rights issue in the Caribbean, and to apply pressure on international bodies in power to act on this information. 

Stay tuned here on our Tumblr, our Facebook Page or our Twitter, as we will be posting updates & images from Haiti as circumstances allow.

- Andy

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The Self-Portrait Project will be at Da Mikele in Tribeca New York City on Tuesday July 31st for their Sapore di Sale Summer Aperitivo party, which Blackbook Magazine called “the best summer party not on a beach.”  6-10pm, 275 Church St
The Self-Portrait Project will be at Demi Monde in New York’s Financial District tonight, Tuesday July 24th, from 9pm-2am.
90 Broad St.
By subway:  J/Z to Broad St, N/R to Whitehall, 4/5 to Bowling Green
By ferry:  N6th & Kent -> Wall St Pier

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