Forced to Flee

Hope For Tomorrow       Eileen E. Donovan  •  Queensbury, New York, USA

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Hope For Tomorrow

NFS 40 x 36 inches | 2016

Hope for Tomorrow is part of a series done in black and white on the idea of inequality and injustice in our world. Migration of people and families is constant today. Whatever the reason - political, economic, war, health, famine, race, or religion - people leave what they know and seek new lives that are full of uncertainty. Many often find themselves alone and unwelcome.

Audio Statement available

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