6.17.20 / Global

Reframing The Future’s Captivating Photo Prints Benefit Equality Initiatives

100% of proceeds go to the Marsha P. Johnson Institute and National Bail Out 

As the conversation around changing unjust systems grows, there are more outlets to contribute. Many creators and brands have used their resources to raise money for causes connected to ending racial inequality, challenging broken policing, supporting LGBTQ rights, and more, by donating profits from the sale of their work. Reframing The Future is the latest initiative, selling photo prints to raise money for the National Bail Out fund (providing legal support for BLM protestors) and the Marsha P. Johnson Institute (helping protect the rights of Black transgender people). Photo print sales were hugely popular during the early stages of the pandemic, and Reframing The Future similarly brings together over 50 talented photographers to present a selection of both beautiful and striking images. The sale also heavily features BIPOC and LGBTQ photographers who deserve support and visibility, especially when capturing a perspective that has largely been ignored. Prints range from $25-$100, and the sale is open through June 30th.

Check out some of the prints below and visit Reframing The Future to purchase a print or donate.

Oumayma B. Tanfous – le feu

Miranda Barnes – Santa Rosa, 2017

Adrienne Raquel – Sunset Drive

Ekua King – JOY

Jimmy Marble – Open Field

Justin French – Untitled

Araba Ankuma – flight practice, 2018

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