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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Self portrait with Sally
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Date: 3/2014
Keywords: Abuse, Activism, Development, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, Interview, People, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Sally with her Mother Presently
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Date: 11/2013
Keywords: Abuse, Activism, Addiction, Alcohol, Backyard, Domestic Violence, Human Rights, Interview, People, Poverty, Public Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Happy Birthday
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Payment
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, People, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Questions and Answers
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: It is what it seems
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Archival Material, Artifact, Domestic Violence, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Public Space, Recovery, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: How she feels about this place
Description: The original image is of Sally's house and her handwriting on top of that. She took a print of this picture, ripped it up, and asked to scan the remains.
Date: 2/2014
Keywords: Abuse, Activism, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Backyard, Demolition, Desert, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, Interview, People, Poverty, Private Space, Public Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Bedtime
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Development, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Where it happened
Description: I photographed her old house, and then Sally wrote her response on top of the image.
Date: 2/2014
Keywords: Abuse, Activism, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Backyard, Demolition, Desert, Development, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interview, People, Private Space, Public Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Evidence of her Mother's bruises
Description: This is a scan from Sally's childhood. Her mother, in the right of the image, carried this picture in her purse for years as evidence in case she were to receive a fatal injury.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, Interview, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: It's not what you think
Description: A snapshot from Sally's childhood.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Demolition, Development, Domestic Violence, Housing, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Letter from her Mother
Description: A scanned note found in Sally's childhood photo album written to her from her mother.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Domestic Violence, Human Rights, Interior Space, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Social Justice, Un-developed, All Images

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Contributor: Haylee Schiavo
Title: Scan from Sally's childhood scrapbook
Description: This is a scan of a page from Sally's childhood scrapbook. The handwriting is Sally's and was written in the present.
Date: unknown
Keywords: Abuse, Addiction, Alcohol, Archival Material, Artifact, Demolition, Development, Domestic Violence, Human Rights, People, Poverty, Private Space, Recovery, Residential, Social Justice, Un-developed, All Images

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Contributor: Carlos Perez-Rojas
Title: Unwelcome - A Short Documentary on Homelessness in Phoenix, Arizona
Description: Through the exploration of the downtown area of the city, the testimonies of Gary and Diane serve as an indictment on the city of Phoenix and its inhabitants. Gary is an Arizonan citizen experiencing homelessness since 2011 and he is a user of the Human Services Campus. Diane is a Caseworker at Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development in Phoenix. Diane is also a Documentary Photographer.
Date: 5/2014
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Activism, Development, Gentrification, Homelessness, Housing, Human Rights, Interview, People, Public Buildings, Public Space, Social Justice, Un-developed, Urban, Video, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: Closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: Close Loop is at the outskirts of an a dusty industrial campus called Westgate, about 10 minutes west of downtown Phoenix, right off the I 10 as you drive towards LA. Closed Loop Recycling is a site like many others: a big cavernous nondescript hangar surrounded by chain link fence enclosing a large yard. It is flanked on one side by a busy road where trucks speed menacingly, by another industrial
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Development, Social Justice, Video, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: Closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: What makes Closed Loop Recycling memorable, are the mountains of broken glass that glimmers beautifully in the sun.
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: Closed Loop is not the only toxic site in Phoenix, or around the world, but a mere drop in the bucket of growing environmental pollution without a solution in sight. Close Loop is nothing more than a cog in the market economy that only seeks profits but doesn’t account for the produced pollution.
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
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Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
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Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: Closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: To give an idea of where I was, imagine the train tracks on my right, then me walking on this lonesome strip of dirt, the chain link fence on my left, and the mountains of glimmering glass behind it, surrounding the nondescript hangar. The glass looked just as pretty up close.
Date: 4/2015
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: Closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: The mountains of broken glass are remnants of old TV tubes, smashed and waiting to be recycled. This is not any ordinary glass, but lead contaminated glass, what makes it dangerous for the environment and the people around.
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Mattie Serna
Title: Parking Lot
Description: This is small community garden along the side of a parking lot.
Date: 3/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Agriculture, Backyard, Desert, Gentrification, Landscape, People, Private Space, Public Space, Recreation, Residential, Social Justice, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Mattie Serna
Title: Repurposed Chainlink Fencing
Description: In this garden you can see the use of fencing as a trellis to support and protect plants.
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Agriculture, Desert, Gentrification, Heat, Housing, People, Private Space, Public Buildings, Public Space, Recreation, Residential, Social Justice, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Mattie Serna
Title: Chickens
Description: At this garden there were chickens housed near the compost pile.
Date: 2/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Activism, Agriculture, Desert, Development, Heat, Homelessness, Human Rights, People, Poverty, Private Space, Public Buildings, Public Space, Public Works, Recreation, Roads, Social Justice, Transportation, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Mattie Serna
Title: Garden Arbor
Description: In January, the grapes are barely visible on this arbor.
Date: 1/2015
Location: Tempe
Keywords: Activism, Agriculture, Backyard, Construction, Gentrification, Heat, Landscape, People, Private Space, Public Space, Recreation, Rephotography, Residential, Social Justice, Urban, Vegetation, Water, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: This is act one of the podcast: People pay a fee to recycle the old electronics, they take care of the environment by doing that, and when they buy new electronic stuff the cycle repeats itself, because there is a recycling system in place. This podcast will tell the paradoxical story of electronic waste.
Date: 4/2015
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: Closed Loop Recycling-Act Three: A New Paradigm
Description: A shift of paradigm by asking a new question:how about we start asking how to make things without pollution? How would the world look then?
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: Closed Loop Recycling-Act Two: E-recycling or E-waste?
Description: Previously: Recycling is a feel good activity: old stuff goes somewhere, is put to good use, while we can go ahead and get new stuff. Before continuing the story I want to run by you two things I have learnt: first, that Closed Loop Recycling in Phoenix, AZ, is the co
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: closed Loop Recycling-Act Two: E-recycling or E-waste?
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Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: This is act one of the podcast. People pay a fee to recycle the old electronics, they take care of the environment by doing that, and when they buy new electronic stuff the cycle repeats itself, because there is a recycling system in place.
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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Contributor: Bogdana Manole
Title: closed Loop Recycling- the impossible story of electronic waste in Phoenix, AZ
Description: People pay a fee to recycle the old electronics, they take care of the environment by doing that, and when they buy new electronic stuff the cycle repeats itself, because there is a recycling system in place.
Date: 4/2015
Location: Phoenix
Keywords: Social Justice, All Images

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