I have had a camera in my hand since I was in middle school.

Sharing photographs has become a part of our Internet and Social Media culture. In Mile 46, I share photographs I took while I was living with a Maasai family in Kenya. Here, I show some of my other galleries.

 

These are slideshow galleries-- either wait or you can click and enjoy at your own pace.

Myanmar (BURMA), 2015

 

Morocco, 2011

 

Columbia University, 1985

 

In 1985, I was a part of the second freshman class at Columbia University that admitted women. In the spring, a young man went on a hunger strike that lead to a sit-in where students were insisting the university divest from all companies that do business in South Africa. This was during a time that Nelson Mandela was still in prison, and Apartheid reigned in that country. It was a successful protest: The University pulled all of its money from companies that did business in South Africa in response to our student voices and concerns.

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Protest Columbia 1985 ©Joni Binder

I sat outside for two weeks during these protests. I was a freshman at Columbia and this was only the second year they admitted women.