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Hope for Haiti Now Telethon

I think the majority of us have been guilty of taking what we have for granted atleast once (or one hundred times). With the recent earthquake in Haiti, there's so much unrest in the country that people are struggling to survive. We're…

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The Campaign: Save the Children in Australia

With a series of print and outdoor ads plus an online exhibition, Save the Children in Australia is looking to make injustice for children a thing of the past.  As the Inspiration Room writes, "It’s 2009, yet things like child prostitution, child…

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Buraku Journey in Osaka by Ian Laidlaw

A photo journey by Ian Laidlaw, the photographer travels to the Buraku area of Osaka. The Burakumin are a Japanese minority group consisting of around 3 million people in about 6,000 communities. Their ancestors were classes as outcastes during the Tokugawa period…

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H&M x Designers Against AIDS: 2009 T-shirt collection

  Some of the biggest celebrities from the world of fashion, music and style will be joining H&M and Designers Against AIDS (DAA) for Fashion Against AIDS, to help fight the disease and raise youth awareness. Katy Perry, Dita Von Teese, N.E.R.D and…

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Photography: Zibqin, Lebanon by Rick Bajornas

Photographer Rick Bajornas takes us inside Lebanon in this photo documentary. He gives snapshots of Zibqin, Lebanon's local community and their daily routines as well as visual imagery of the United Nation's peacekeeping mission in the conflict-stricken nation. More images after the jump.

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Diaspora Smile by Bhanuwat Jittivuthikarn

Courtesy of LOUDreams, we have the pleasure of covering one of the most powerful collection of portraits our eyes have been blessed to see. "These simple and straightforward portraits depict these elderly Tibetan’s pain and their dignity even through their hopeful smiles.…

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The Zimbabwean: An ad campaign that’s sure to break the bank

To protest the hyperinflation that has rendered the Zimbabwe currency worthless and to raise awareness of the dire economic situation there, the Zimbabwean Newspaper created an ad campaign featuring huge posters, wall murals, flyers, and even billboards all made out of trillions…

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