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Devin Allen, an amateur photographer when the protest took over Baltimore after the death of Freddie Gray, has set a goal to bring over 300 cameral to area youth.
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Nearly a year ago, TIME featured Allen’s iconic image on their cover – he became the 3rd amateur photographer to be featured in this way. Because of this media attention, he sat out to inspire youth through photography.
A GoFundMe has been set up with a goal $10,000.
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