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Brrrrrr! It is getting cold in Delhi. Wintertime usually means fever-time. Please be praying for health for all of the children at Asha House. #ashaishope

Year end charitable donations can be made here: https://donationpay.org/backtotheroots/

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“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching,
Love like you’ll never be hurt,
Sing like there’s nobody listening,
And live like it’s heaven on earth.” 
― William W. Purkey

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Celebrating true light and watching the Diwali flames. 

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Another photo from our black & white street photography series.

Photo by Mangala.

Ooty, India.

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“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” Martin Luther King Jr. 

Happy Diwali- the Indian festival of lights

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Picture Change: Girl or Statistic?

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It’s one thing to hear, “The pimps would just turn up the stereo while they were beating us so the neighbors couldn’t hear” or “Every month I’d have to carry a bribe to the police or I’d be punished.” It’s another to hear it from your student, the girl holding your hand next to you, your friend.

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We always try to have at least one project during every program in which our students do something to give back to the community with their photography and talents. Our Picture Change students/ girls of Freedom Firm (www.freedom.firm.in) did an exceptional job with this at the Ashia Home, a place that about 40 mentally and physically handicapped children and adults call home.


They did everything from styling hair to making kids laugh to changing kids who had wet their pants. They even took a turn at photographing with the “big camera.” It is one of those days where I remember where my students came from- rescued out of abuse & sex trafficking- and they truly showed that they are no longer victims by their ability to serve others with joy and selfless love.

It was also the first time Kalpana, our “behind the scenes” photographer, put into practice what she has learned about documentary photography. She did an excellent job covering all angles of this great event!

We will soon be printing the photos and the girls will be able to present them to the kids and staff of Ashia.
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