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Symone Titania Major is an American award winning documentary photographer and community activist based in Goulds, Florida. She received her first award in 2016 from the John S. and James L Knight Foundation for her documentary series, “The Unvoiced Community: BBQ Men & Women of Goulds.” Symone’s documentaries explore overlooked stories and archives the African American experience. She founded a Miami-based non-profit arts organization with her sister Quiana Major called Context of a Generation, with a purpose to foster the growth of sustainable development within underrepresented communities by hosting year-round art events and social activities that educate and preserve cultural heritage.
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