The Occupy Boston movement was part of the larger Occupy movement sweeping the US. It was comprised of protestors frustrated with the current social and political climate. The movement, professing to represent the bottom 99% of American society, protested against the greed and corrupton present in the top 1% of the country. Protestors voiced grievances including income inequity, corporate control in politics, elimination of social programs, and lack of a safety net for the poor.
I am a social, cultural and medical anthropologist trained at Columbia University and the University of California Berkeley. My geographic area of specialization was Sub Saharan Africa where I focused on indigenous health care practices. I recently became certifed as a professional photographer and wish to take that skill set back into Sub Saharan Africa where I am interested in photographing family planning and reproductive health activities as well as treatment for chronic diseases like HIV, TB, and malaria.
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Maria Fonseca, MA, MPH
Maria Fonseca Photography
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