"Born into Brothels, a new film documentary, tells the story of children growing up in poverty in Calcutta's red-light district who find hope in a newfound skill -- photography. NPR's Melissa Block talks with photographer and filmmaker Zana Briski, who got to know the children and taught them how to use a camera to tell their own stories.
Briski formed Kids with Cameras, a non-profit organization to help educate the children of Calcutta's brothels, and to empower other marginalized children around the world through photography."
Give a listen; good program and I can't wait to see the film. Kept me in the car for a few minutes!