Her Many Voices Foundation

IGNITE ARTIVISTS / UNITE HUMANITY

Show your Love this Valentine's Day

with the Gift of ONE WORLD 


We at Her Many Voices Foundation believe whatever we do for another, we do for ourselves.  We are one.  These books and note cards reflect the beauty of that belief, expressed through the gifted eye of Yoshiaki Nagashima.  Best of all, proceeds from the sale of these items go directly to supporting the programs and services of HMVF, improving the quality of life for women and children.  

ONE WORLD ONE PEOPLE

NOTE CARDS


Taken from the One World One People book, the photographs in this 7 card set show that within the diversity of human life, there is unity. In the important aspects of life, there are more likenesses than differences. We are one people, and the energy captured in these images shows the power and the oneness of the human experience.

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ONE WORLD ONE PEOPLE‚Äč


Stunning color photographs of people from all over the world selected from the extensive collection taken by gifted Japanese photographer Yoshiaki Nagashima.  The book is organized around the activities that define all cultures: birth, death, work, family and food.  Each section is introduced with brief essays by Robert White, publisher and author of "Living an Extraordinary Life."


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ONE WORLD ONE CHILD

This large scale, hardcover, coffee table book features photographs of children taken by gifted Japanese photographer Yoshiaki Nagashima plus the members of Photographers Aspen. The beautiful photos are complemented by the lyrics and poetry of Joe Henry. This book will profoundly delight you.

"To see the world reflected in the eyes of a child is to see the world - and ourselves - anew. This collection of over 100 full-color photographs presents a visual celebration of the joy, magic and promise of children around the world. From Ecuador to the U.S, from Japan to Germany , each image bridges the gap of language and culture to document the shared journey from infancy to adolescence. In moments of play and work, love and loneliness, conquest and loss, these images evoke the memories and emotions of the child within each of us."