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“Safe Streets, Healthy Kids”: Click-Em Photography Part II

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Listen: Earlier this week, we met KaJaiyiu Hopkins, a middle schooler who’s spending a good chunk of her summer snapping photos for Click-Em Photography. As I mentioned, I shadowed her at a few sites where she was taking candid photographs of the Milwaukee Summer Reading Project, an initiative that’s deserving of attention in its own right — fortunately, I caught Dr. Patricia Ellis, who fills us in on some of the details:

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Sounds great, and because of Ladonna, it will look great too — the first two pictures in this posts are photos she took on the morning of our interview. Really good, right?

In this piece, KaJaiyiu discusses Click-Em and her experiences as a photographer: see podcast below.

I also talked to another Click-Em photographer, Destiny (you can see her below). Here is the unedited interview:

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You can read more about Click Em Photography in this article from allbusiness.com. Also, you can learn more about BEAM by visiting their website. And, if you have an event coming up and you need a photographer, they might be able to fit you into their busy schedule. Keep them in mind

Produced by: Adam Carr