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DUKE BASKETBALL USES DEAR WORLD TO UNITE TEAM.

NOVEMBER 13TH, 2014

Nicole Auerbach, USA TODAY Sports DURHAM, N.C. – I am not alone because I found love. Duke freshman Justise Winslow wrote that on his skin with a dry-erase marker, words that he’d later explain represented someone close to him dying. “I always feel him around me,” Winslow told USA TODAY Sports. The body art exercise was part of Dear World, a portrait project and social experiment created by Robert Fogarty in 2009. He’s written on everyone from Drew Brees to Boston Marathon victims and taken their photographs afterward. The concept is simple: People write words and phrases on their bodies that mean something to them. Then, they share the stories behind the words. Fogarty came to Duke to work… continue

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