Portraits of Homelessness in Black and White

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

At 17, Leah Denbok published her first book of photographs of homeless men and women. Her work has been praised by everyone from National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore to James Pasternak, a Toronto city councillor. Denbok talks with Nam Kiwanuka about her second volume, "Nowhere to Call Home: Photographs and Stories of People Experiencing Homelessness," and what drives her to do this work.
Episode:
The Agenda in the Summer: Portraits of Homelessness
Aired:
Aug 08, 2018
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