SEE IT: Photo Documentary Project Opens on Boston Common

The Uncornered Photo Documentary Project, inspired by College Bound Dorchester, is a new photo installation on Boston Common. The exhibit looks at the city's former gang members as well as those who have had to overcome adversity and other struggles in their lives.

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The 26 photos were shot by celebrity photographer John Huet.
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Each black-and-white, 5x8-foot photo tells a brief story.
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Among those featured for the exhibit on the Boston Common is Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, for his struggles with alcoholism.
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College readiness advisor Luis Rodrigues, who was shot 10 times, is also featured in the exhibit. "I finally understood the impact of my decision on others," he writes in his story.
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The exhibit will be on display until Aug. 25.
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College Bound staff member Lealah Fulton, NFL Hall of Fame broadcaster Andrea Kramer and Rep. Ayanna Pressley are also featured.
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The exhibit will be on display until Aug. 25.
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