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The Everyday Projects uses photography to challenge stereotypes that distort our understanding of the world. We are creating new generations of storytellers and audiences that recognize the need for multiple perspectives in portraying the cultures that define us.

We are a network of journalists, photographers, and artists who have built Everyday social media narratives that delight, surprise, and inform as they confront stubborn misperceptions. We believe in developing visual literacy skills that can change the way we see the world.

We work to achieve this through a variety of media and events, including our Everyday Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter feeds, and our websites, exhibitions, workshops, lesson plans, books, and festivals. We connect classrooms and communities from disparate parts of the globe and foster mutual acceptance.

The Selfie Renaissance. Dusk at the African Renais ...

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My sister and I used to swim in Lake Ainsworth on ...

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A lovely old Queenslander perched on a hillside in ...

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Glued to the TV, Joao holds his friends baby doll. ...

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" Alignement " Woman walking on staire at SGM Bank ...

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Kids wearing plaid and frangipanis behind their ea ...

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I was photographing in rural Uganda when I chanced ...

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Mauritius Island 4? ?: @michutravel ...

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West African photographers! Just one week left to ...

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According to our constitution Australia's history, ...

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