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The People of ROWAN: (the Other) Florence

Welcome to another flashback Friday, taking looking all the way back to 2011 (& another Florence). As usual we will continue to feature wayback portraits of the amazing people here at ROWAN. Each one of the people pictured is absolutely dear to our hearts & we think the photography of them is simply sublime. Some of those featured have encountered struggles, but that makes their smiles all the more divine.
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The People of ROWAN: Eseza

Welcome to another fun flashback Friday, now looking back at 2011. As always we will continue to feature portraits of the amazing people here at ROWAN. Each one of the people pictured is absolutely dear to our hearts & we think the photography of them is simply sublime. Some of those featured have encountered struggles, but that makes their smiles all the more divine.
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Robina’s Beads

It’s no secret that we absolutely love beading here at ROWAN. Not only does the project provide members important business skills, but also allows for individual artistic expression. The past couple of weeks we have been sharing more about the folks that make these lovely beads. Each one of them has (sometimes a sad) story to tell. Today meet Robina, she is from the village of Mawanga.
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Rebecca’s Beads

It’s no secret that we absolutely adore beads here at ROWAN. Not only does the project teach members important business skills, but also allows for individual artistic expression. The past couple of weeks we have been sharing more about the folks that make these lovely beads. Each one of them has (sometimes a sad) story to tell. Today meet Rebecca, she is from the village of Mawanga.
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Mudondo’s Beads

We absolutely adore beads here at ROWAN! Not only do they teach our members important business skills, but also allow for essential artistic expression. Now that we’ve shared so much about how they are made, lets meet the folks that make them. Each one of them has (sometimes a sad) story to tell. Today meet Mudondo, she is from the village of Naitandu.
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Loy’s Beads

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