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Humanity of the Day: 'What I Be' Project Reveals Insecurities With Remarkable Photography

How would you complete the following statement? "I am not my __." That is exactly what photographer Steve Rosenfield asks of his subjects in his recent project, "What I Be." Completing this statement requires us to reveal our deepest and most anxiety-triggering insecurities such as body image, disabilities, and abuse. The result of the project is an intimate analysis of the struggles that human beings have dealt with for ages.

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    "I am Not My Unpopularity."

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    "I am Not My Anxiety."

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    "I am Not My Overdose."

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    "I am Not My Voice."

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    "I am Not My Anger."

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    "I am Not My Weight."

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    "I am Not My Turban."

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    "I am Not My Parenting."

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    "I am Not My O.C.D."

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    "I am Not My Depression."

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    "I am Not My Achievements."

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    "I am Not My Molestation."

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    "I am Not My Arrogance."

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    "I am Not My Gender."

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    "I am Not My Stage 4 Cancer."

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    "I am Not My DUI."

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    "I am Not My Nationality."

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    "I am Not My Fat."

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    "I am Not My Guilt."

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    "I am Not My Bulimia."

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    "I am Not My Adoption."

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    "I am Not My Abortion."

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    "I am Not My Thoughts."

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