Discover the multifaceted culture of the African Maasai through the journal entries and photos of a young Western woman who lived among them.
About the Author
Joni Binder received a BFA in photography from California Institute of the Arts, where she now serves as a trustee. She also served as a trustee at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and as the president of the museum’s Modern Art Council. Joni has provided leadership as an arts education advocate in California, serving as one of the subcommittee chairs for the CREATE-CA Task Force, and nationally as a Fine Arts Committee member and Education Committee co-chair for the Diplomatic Reception Rooms of the U.S. Department of State. She serves on the Leadership Circle for Futures Without Violence and is currently helping lead a campaign in partnership with The Representation Project in an effort to raise awareness about healthy masculinity and its role in eliminating domestic violence, particularly in professional sports.
" Combining journal entries with more than 40 of the author's telling photos, the book is both a page-turning travelogue and an earnest consideration of the global issues facing women today."
— San Jose Mercury News Online