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From The Isis Project:

The Isis Project is a public art initiative founded in San Antonio, Texas, by marketing professional, Cassandra Yardeni and photographer, Kat Carey.

Inspired by Austin-based photographer, Jaime Moore’s “Not Just A Girl” collection of five photos of her pre-school aged daughter dressed as real-life female heroines, The Isis Project takes this a step further and invites all girls, age infant through 18, to participate and pose as one female trailblazer.

Read more, see the heroines and gallery, and follow along on Facebook and Twitter. There hasn’t been much activity on social media recently, but here’s to hoping for updates!


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