Najlah Hicks Opens Do1Thing Gallery for Homeless Youth in Maine

Do1Thing is proud to announce an evening at The SALT Institute for Documentary Studies showcasing the “Young Faces of Homelessness” photographic exhibit.

Do1Thing and Design for Social Good founder Najlah Feanny Hicks welcomes guests to tonights events and speaks about the creation of the Do1Thing project.

We’d love for everyone in the are to join us for the event.

Meet Founder Najlah Feanny Hicks and Do1Thing Director of Photography Alexandra Daley-Clark along with homeless teen Lulu at the gallery event.

UPCOMING EVENT: An evening with the co-founder [ + Fundraiser ]
September 17, 2009 // 7-8:30
@ Salt Institute for Documentary Studies
561 Congress Street // Portland, Maine
Free + Open to the public

Please bring an item donate from the list below. Monetary donations also welcome. In celebration of the current exhibit at Salt, Young Faces of Homelessness, please join us for an evening with one of the creators of the project. Weʼre pleased to welcome Founder, former Newsweek photographer Najlah Feanny Hicks to speak about, which sheds light on young adult homelessness in Maine and around the country.


Several powerful and uplifting multimedia pieces will also be screened. In addition, we are excited to premiere Lulu’s Story, a multimedia piece produced by Mainers:
photographer Alexandra Daley-Clark, Director of Photography for, and audio and multimedia producer Suzi Piker, an alum of the Salt radio program. Their intimate portrait tells the story of a young woman who is currently experiencing homelessness in Portland, Maine.

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