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We’re LIVE at the National Geographic Storytellers Summit as Nigel Poor reflects on how her role as a volunteer teacher at San Quentin State Prison led to a collaborative photographic initiative, the San Quentin Project, and a podcast, Ear Hustle.
Poor’s talk will be followed by a presentation from Bangladeshi activist and photographer Shahidul Alam in conversation with Wajahat Ali.
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