Exhibiting Women’s History With Images of Power

This photo of a girl in post-earthquake Haiti will be part of an exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, beginning on March 12. (Photo by Ana Elisa Fuentes)

In honor of Women’s History Month, Long Island Wins highlighted the work of the photographer Ana Elisa Fuentes, who has traveled the world photographing women:

Whether highlighting the struggles of Tibetan nuns against government persecution or documenting the post-earthquake crisis in Haiti, photographer Ana Elisa Fuentes has been able to tap into the character of women across the world through her work.

Now, in honor of Women’s History Month, the Mexican-American Navajo photographer will exhibit a collection of her images at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, beginning on March 12 (For more info about the show and a special program on March 18, click here).

Visit Long Island Wins to see more of Fuentes’ photos.

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