Download the gallery guide in iBooks format for your iPad here (5.9 MB).

Download the PDF gallery guide in standard resolution here (10.2 MB).

Download the PDF gallery guide in full resolution here (51 MB).

For the month of November, Prince Street Cafe is hosting a gallery of images with Rafiki Africa from Alendu, Kenya, including on First Friday, November 2, 2012! This gallery features two aspects to a long term photojournalism project with Rafiki Africa Foundation, a Lancaster based organization that supports a community in Kenya primarily with the proceeds at Rafiki’s Deli at Lancaster Central Market. This gallery also ties into a feature article published in Fine Living Lancaster Magazine‘s November issue, going further in depth behind the images and telling a greater story of the lives this work affects.

For more information on how you can support Rafiki’s work, please stop in at Rafiki’s Deli or visit their website,


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