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The Colour Blind Project - End racism, promote diversity

Project: Colour Blind

"We are born from darkness...and we are colour blind. The intolerance we learn can be unlearned. And we can be colour blind...once more."

My name is Samuel Quo Vadis and I believe in the transformational power of photography."

These words, this belief forms the basis of The Colour Blind Project: a series of photographic projects designed to combat racism, celebrate diversity, and bring together people of all races in peace and harmony.



The Colour Blind photography project will transform the way in which we see, think and talk about race.

Together we can change minds, change hearts and change lives. Will you join us?

Samuel Quo Vadis
Creative Director/Photographer
Vancouver, Canada


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Interested in participating in this project? We are looking for assistance in marketing and promotion, services {eg: studio space, costumes}, international translation, fund raising, and connecting with people who can help make our dream a reality. Contact me for more information. Visit The Colour Blind Project: on Youtube to Subscribe, Like, Comment and Share.


             beauty comes in all colours

Watch more videos on The Colour Blind Project: Youtube Channel.


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