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Grand Prize Winner

  1. Ansley Whipple, Cuba Summer Program

This photograph was taken by Ansley Whipple, a fourth year INTA major while participating in the GT Cuba Summer Program. The photo is of an elderly Cuban woman who is begging. She is not begging for money, however, she is begging for lotion!! Due to the economic situation of the island, Cubans have very few resources, including everyday items taken for granted in the U.S.

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