+ The Deadly Cost of Cheap Clothing Abir Abdullah Fire fighters carry an injured person during a rescue operation. Four people died and many were injured at the Kawran Bazaar, Dhaka according to a fire service report - 25 February 2007.
+ Alexia Foundation hosts "Eyes on the World" Ramon Jimenez Cuen Ignored by his own community, "El Moreno" is hiding his face to his enemies. He recognizes himself as a ghost. Ramon Jimenez Cuen/Alexia Foundation
+ Video interview of Alexia founders Peter and Aphrodite Tsairis Video Why The Alexia Foundation Matters
+ The Women's Initiative Tim Matsui A young woman in a Phnom Penh slum. Investigators later found her mother was pimping the drug-addicted girl nightly to upwards of 10 Cambodian men. Tim Matsui. Matsui was recently awarded the first Alexia Foundation Women's Initiative Grant. This image is from his submitted portfolio.
+ Shane and Maggie: An Intimate Look at Domestic Violence Sara Naomi Lewkowicz As Shane and Maggie continued to fight, Memphis ran into the room and refused to leave Maggie's side. She witnessed the majority of the assault on her mother. "Please Shane, let me take her out of here," Maggie pleaded. "She shouldn't be seeing this."
+ Undesired Photo by Walter Astrada The practice of sex-selective abortion is the result of cultural norms that value male children over female children which causes the non-birth of almost 7,000 girls per day in India by Walter Astrada.
What Is Alexia

The Alexia Foundation provides grants and scholarships to photojournalists, enabling them to create work that gives voice to those who go unheard, fosters cultural understanding and
exposes social injustice.

Alexia Grants 2013

In the first year of the new Women's Initiative Grant, Tim Matsui has been awarded $25,000 to investigate the trafficking of minors in the Seattle area. Follow Tim's progress on the news feed.

Abir Abdullah won the Professional grant to document the danger of fire to the working class in Bangladesh. Sara Naomi Lewkowicz received the First Prize Student to examine domestic violence. Follow their progress on the news page.

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