When Deidre Clark discovered that her former advisor from the University of Alabama was working with the Bethesda in Ensley, she contacted her. Deidre wondered how she could use the photography class she was teaching at The Ensley Rec Center for a health-related purpose. They came up with “100 Lenses Ensley, a photovoice project to lift perspectives on Ensley residents. Residents were asked what they wanted the world to know about their communities and given cameras to express themselves. The photovoice method is used throughout the world as an assessment tool and an opportunity to discuss strategies for community change.