The world seen through different eyes ... the eyes of Ojos que Sienten A.C."
- With the report 'Creative Dreams', CNN shares with the world another way of seeing
- Students and team members from Ojos que Sienten A.C. talk about how photography has transformed their lives
The work of Ojos que Sienten A.C. generates more interest every day, even beyond our borders. This time the Foundation was visited by the CNN team who shares with its viewers how Ojos que Sienten A.C. students construct "Creative Dreams" through photography.
The stories of Faby, Alice, Marlene and Michelangelo were narrated in an article that shows how our students learn how to handle their cameras and use their other senses to construct images and express their emotions.
Claudia Baez, General Manager of Ojos que Sienten A.C., said to the CNN team that the Foundation's work is directed towards developing leaders and enabling them so that they can "cross the bridge and be integrated into society."
"For me, photography has been like a window to freedom ... I portrait what I was able to see one day and with my photograph, try to communicate the emotions that I'm feeling right now," said Alicia MelÚndez-Ojos que Sienten A.C. student, when being interviewed about what photography means to her.
About the work of Ojos que Sienten A.C. with the private sector, Gina Badenoch, Founder of Ojos que Sienten A.C., described the philosophy of the Foundation as a Win-Win philosophy in which "everyone can do something from their own trench and working together we can change perceptions and open doors for more people (visually impaired) to be integrated. "
Ojos que Sienten A.C. is going through an important process of expansion and the interest of media groups such as CNN makes us proud and at the same time allows us to reaffirm our commitment to continue changing paradigms.