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Go to a pop-up social justice photo exhibit

Oxfam America

Avenue Suites, 2500 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington D.C., DC 20037
April 21, 2013at 5:00 pm

Oxfam America, a global organization working to right the wrong of poverty, invites you to a pop-up photo exhibit from acclaimed photographer Emma Hardy, whose work is regularly featured in The New York Times magazine, TIME, Vanity Fair and Vogue.

Around the world, a rush to grab land is underway. In Cambodia, the impact of land grabs on the livelihoods of poor people has made the issue one of the country's most contentious. Hardy travelled to Cambodia to capture the life of one community fighting to reclaim their rights to own, inhabit and work the land they once owned. The collection was first featured in The Economists' Intelligent Life magazine and was created in support of Oxfam's efforts to bring attention to land grabs.

Open 5-10pm daily. Free. Visitors who mention Oxfam at the bar enjoys specials 5–7pm daily.

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