GRANDMOTHER POWER: A Global Phenomenan
Published in hardcover by powerHouse Books, New York, October, 2012: 256 pages with 225 full color photographs.
An unheralded grandmothers' movement is changing the world. Insurgent grandmothers are using their power to fight for a better future for grandchildren everywhere. And they are succeeding. Grandmother Power profiles activist grandmothers in fifteen countries on five continents who tell their compelling stories in their own words.
WOMEN WHO LIGHT THE DARK
Published in hardcover by powerHouse Books, New York, September, 2007: 240 pages with 225 full color photographs.
Across the world, local women are helping one another tackle the problems that darken their live -- domestic violence, sex trafficking, war, poverty, illiteracy, discrimination, inequality, malnutrition, disease. These women may lack material resources, but they possess a wealth of an even more precious resource: imagination -- their imaginations light the dark.
¡VIVA COLORES! A Salute to the Indomitable People of Guatemala
Published in hardback by powerHouse Books, New York, Bilingual First Edition -- September, 2006: 144 pages with 230 full color photographs.
The cacophony of color that assaults you when you visit Guatemala is no accident. It’s a profound manifestation of the irrepressible vitality and valor of an indomitable people who have endured and gained strength from their difficulties, traditions, land, spiritual beliefs, and kinships. ¡Viva Colores! profiles forty-one everyday heroes who are shaping their nation's future.
Published in hardback by powerHouse Books, New York, First Edition -- September 2004: 240 pages with 244 full color photographs.
Celebrating Women, an unprecedented, full-color photographic book, focuses on festivals on five continents: parades, parties, ceremonies and competitions that honor women as goddesses, warriors, lovers, healers, athletes and more. The Washington Post calls it "a big, beautiful book --- too rich to stay on the coffee table."
IN HER HANDS, Craftswomen Changing the World
Published in paperback by powerHouse Books, New York, Second Edition -- January 2004: 192 pages with 247 full color photographs.
In Her Hands uses color photographs and intimate text to share the courage and spirit of women - all poor, many illiterate-from around the world, who have taken charge of their lives by creating and selling traditional crafts. Women from South Africa to Peru, twelve countries in all, talk about their diverse lives and surprisingly universal aspirations. Includes an eloquent foreword by Alice Walker.