See The Stunning Way One Photographer is Working to Humanize Refugees
As refugees from around the world are more stigmatized than ever, one US-based visual artist is doing her part to humanize the women, children and families who are the most vulnerable victims of Trump's travel ban.
Featured in a new exhibit in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, titled "Refuge," Claire Salvo project seeks to "de-politicize the conversation around refugee resettlement. In particular, she wanted to highlight the fact that more than half of the world's refugees are children, and many of them have only known life inside a refugee camp," writes the Huffington Post.
"I wanted to remove the political aspect and just make it human," Salvo told The Huffington Post. "There's something about kids everyone can relate to. Everyone can agree it's not a child's choice ― it's no one's choice ― to be a refugee. They have no say in the matter."
Click through to see the stunning images in Salvo's series.