Through leading seminars, curating panels, and organizing film series, Women Picturing Revolution (WPR) co-creators Lesly Deschler Canossi and Zoraida Lopez-Diago are reclaiming and retelling history in a manner that is both radical and necessary. By highlighting the work of female photographers who have documented conflicts, crises, and revolution in private realms and public spaces, WPR sheds light on personal and political experiences that are often overlooked or underrepresented. From fine art photography made as a response to forced silence, oppression, and the inability to act, to well-known visual journalists documenting upheaval, Lesly and Zoraida, along with WPR participants, examine not only the photographs, but also the conditions under which women make images.  Through a better understanding of how women document resilience, resistance, and creative survival, WPR hopes to propel all of us towards progress.

Recent interviews with WPR African American Intellectual History Society's (AAIHS) Black Perspectives  Humble Arts Foundation 

Recent interviews with WPR

African American Intellectual History Society's (AAIHS) Black Perspectives 

Humble Arts Foundation