Refocusing our perspective on the developing world

Monday, February 12, 2018

Ketner Auditorium
Sykes Building
Queens University of Charlotte
Charlotte, NC 28274

Come listen to stories and view photographs that will refresh your perspective on the potential that lies within girls and women living in global poverty. 

David Johnson is a former English teacher who left the classroom in 2006 to start Silent Images, a non-profit organization that provides film and photography to other non-profits around the world. David and his team have served more than 300 charities in 55 countries. He has lectured at universities and churches across the nation and was a 2011 TED talk presenter. He is the author of two books on Africa. You can read more at www.silentimages.org

Sponsored by the General Education Program at Queens in partnership with the QLC on Gender: Representations, Viewpoints, Norms and Challenges in Today's Societies

Monday, February 12, 2018


Michele Shaul

Phone: 704-756-6837


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