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black and white portraits of the powerful trans-women of Guyana Trans United. Images © Jason Florio

The powerful trans-women of Guyana Trans United

black and white portraits of the powerful trans-women of Guyana Trans United. Images © Jason Florio
Portraits of the powerful trans-women of Guyana Trans United. Images © Jason Florio

A recent stroll into my archive took me back to Guyana 2018 and the powerful trans-women of Guyana Trans United.
These stills were taken during the shooting of the documentary ‘A Blossom Pink World’ I directed and shot along with @zanededlow – an assignment for Frontline Aids, NGO, about the struggles and successes of the trans community in the Guyanese capital Georgetown. Jason Florio – photographer & filmmaker

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Vimeo - A Blossom Pink World, LGBT Guyana - a film by Jason Florio & Zane Dedlow
A Blossom Pink World, LGBT Guyana – a film by Jason Florio & Zane Dedlow

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Creating a Movement – United Purpose, NGO. A a short film by Jason Florio and Zane Dedlow

This film showcases how United Purpose has created a movement to end open defecation in Nigeria using an approach called Community-led Total Sanitation (CLTS). A short film by Jason Florio / Zane Dedlow

In Nigeria, less than half of all households have their own toilet and one in four of the 2 million population still defecate in the open – United Purpose

Creating a Movement – a short film by Jason Florio and Zane Dedlow. The film showcases how United Purpose has created a movement to end open defecation in Nigeria using an approach called Community-led Total Sanitation (CLTS). This harnesses the shock and shame generated by communities’ realisation of their own sanitation and hygiene situation and turns it into transformative action across entire regions.

Polio victim Lawrence Itsu of Bisu ward constructed his own toilet after his community was triggered, Nigeria. Image © Jason Florio /United Purpose

Polio Victim, Lawrence Itsu, of Bisu ward constructed his own toilet after his community was triggered. He is a shoemaker, teacher and also offers computer services in his village. He is married with five children.

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Instagram Jason Florio Photojournalist and Filmmaker
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Above Instagram images:

Top row – L-R: Photoville 2019, NYC; Remembering 9/11; fellow passenger, flying from the UK-USA

Middle row – L-R: Dog catchers, Nigeria; motor taxis ‘okadas’, Nigeria; fellow passengers, flying from Nigeria-Ghana

Bottom Row – L-R: all three images from Nigeria

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Above images from documentary filming, in Ghana; Gambia – victims, and resisters (#Portraits4PositiveChange); ‘Destination Europe’ (migrant/refugee rescues)

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