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13. 81 Academic Words from "Kiana Hayeri: A photographic journey through the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan | TED Talk"

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59mins

9 Aug 2022

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A photographic journey through the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan | Kiana Hayeri

TED Talks Daily

Exposing what life looks like in Afghanistan after a 20-year US occupation and the Taliban's stunning and rapid takeover, TED Fellow and documentary photographer Kiana Hayeri captures harrowing glimpses and multifaceted realities of a war-torn country. Through the lens of her camera, she documents devastation and deferred dreams -- but also resilient hope and spirit.

7mins

29 Jul 2022

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A photographic journey through the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan | Kiana Hayeri

TED Talks Daily (SD video)

Exposing what life looks like in Afghanistan after a 20-year US occupation and the Taliban's stunning and rapid takeover, TED Fellow and documentary photographer Kiana Hayeri captures harrowing glimpses and multifaceted realities of a war-torn country. Through the lens of her camera, she documents devastation and deferred dreams -- but also resilient hope and spirit.

7mins

29 Jul 2022

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A photographic journey through the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan | Kiana Hayeri

TED Talks Daily (HD video)

Exposing what life looks like in Afghanistan after a 20-year US occupation and the Taliban's stunning and rapid takeover, TED Fellow and documentary photographer Kiana Hayeri captures harrowing glimpses and multifaceted realities of a war-torn country. Through the lens of her camera, she documents devastation and deferred dreams -- but also resilient hope and spirit.

7mins

29 Jul 2022

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How Being a Visual Storyteller in Afghanistan has Transformed Kiana Hayeri and Her Perspective on Life

Stories of Transformation

As an Iranian Canadian, Kiana Hayeri has struggled throughout her life to find a sense of home and belonging. As a teen, she found photography—a medium through which she didn’t have to struggle with language, and could finally connect to a world that doesn’t belong to her. Kiana Hayeri is a visual storyteller, Senior TED Fellow, and a regular contributor to The New York Times. Her work has appeared in Harper's Magazine, Foreign Policy, Washington Post, NPR, Monocle Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, The Globe, and Mail, among others. Her passion for visually telling stories has brought her all around the globe, but she keeps finding herself coming back to Afghanistan.In this episode of Stories of Transformation, Kiana shares what it is about Afghanistan—the culture, the people— that keeps her coming back. We talk about how living in a war-torn developing country like Afghanistan has changed her perspective on life and her definition of “hope”. We then go on to dissect the fundamental differences between Afghan and American culture, and lastly, learn what it’s been like being a female photojournalist in Afghanistan, entering prisons and war zones to get the story.For full show notes: https://www.baktashahadi.com/podcast Connect with Kiana HayeriWebsite: http://www.kianahayeri.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kianahayeri/?hl=en Follow/Support Stories of Transformation and Baktash Ahadi:Donate to the production of this podcast Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook Produced by: Dana Drahos Edited by: Joseph Gangemi Digital Marketing by: Katherine An Theme music by: Qais EssarArtwork by: Masheed Ahadi  Episode Music Credits:Jon GegelmanPhilip Daniel Zach 

31mins

13 Oct 2020