Film by Emmy award-winner Stanley Nelson looking at the summer of 1964, when more than 700 student activists took segregated Mississippi by storm, registering voters, creating freedom schools and establishing the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.
Dorothy M. Zellner, who worked closely with Julian Bond as a staff member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee from 1962 to 1967, will be in attendance as well as other former Freedom Summer volunteers.
Doomed Gallery submission call: Polaroid Photography has been an interest to the alternative since it hit the photography world in the 1948 with one simple quote ”Why can’t I see them now?”. Used in all walks of life, from police reports to Fashion to porn and with the rise of the snapshot culture, Polaroid has been something we have loved and treasured for many years and for 3 days this September, Doomed wants to celebrate everything polaroid.
We are inviting polaroid photographers and collectors to submit to the DOOMED POLAROID SHOW on the 12/13/14 of September,
All submission must be sent by email, scanned at 21cm Longest edge at 300 dpi. Please email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no theme. Submit anything and everything.
Please state your full name, Location and contact details in the email.
File names should be displayed as so: FIRSTNAME_LASTNAME.Jpeg
“I’ve had migraines my whole life, and ever since I was old enough to deal with the insurance companies I’ve been fighting my need for particular things.”
In 2009, Melissa applied to four health-insurance companies before finding one that would cover her migraines and not cost $1,500 a month. Later she found a job that covered her health insurance, but then she was laid off. While collecting unemployment and trying to rebuild her freelance photography business, Melissa has depleted her severance package to pay for her current Aetna Cobra policy, which costs $500 a month and expires at the end of the month. Melissa has also had difficulty getting insurance companies to pay for the medication that works for her. Typically she’s restricted to a certain amount of a certain brand. To get around this, Melissa has had to spend a few thousand dollars out of pocket over the past two years to receive the medication that works. Recently Melissa tried different medications before being approved for a Botox treatment for chronic migraines, which has significantly helped her and decreased her migraines to an average of six per month.
Melissa is currently looking into options from Healthy NY and the recently enacted health-care law and hopes she can attain affordable health insurance for the long-term.