Washington D.C.’s MLK Library Hosts Starved for Attention

The Starved for Attention exhibit is now on display in Washington D.C.’s main public library branch, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.  Two LG flat screens showing the short documentaries can be viewed in the lobby of the landmark building, which is located on G and 9th Streets downtown.

Audrey Middleton takes in Jessica Dimmock's images from Burkina Faso.

One Response to “Washington D.C.’s MLK Library Hosts Starved for Attention”

  1. souad akhaty says:

    The worst thing ever is to see your child starving and can not do something. This was the words of a woman in a refugee camp in a struggle for life What could be worse than that exposed to marginalization and die without one to feel your