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Adama Bah

Image by Kristine Virsis.

Migration Now! was a 2012 print portfolio co-produced by Justseeds and CultureStrike (CultureStrike is now part of the Center for Cultural Power) which explored the social, cultural, and emotional facets of immigration.

Virsis’ piece was inspired by a woman named Adama Bah, whose story she learned of through friend and filmmaker David Felix Suttecliffe and his documentary titled “Adama”. Virsis met with Adama to learn her story. She was arrested in 2005 at the age of 16 and endured many subsequent years of struggle coping with the trauma that ICE inflicted on her and her family. “Knowing how U.S. immigration policy and practice affects real people by hearing their personal stories is crucial to understanding the broad picture of immigration reform,” Virsis said.

This page is currently a placeholder while we to track down the original high-res files of the images from this portfolio (06/2020)



Justseeds on the road!

Justseeds on the road!

October 15, 2008

This fall i’m hitting the road for a two month tour with a full Justseeds print show, accompanying the Gadabout Traveling Film Festival, and the indie-punk band Halo Fauna. We…