It’s Ibrahim from Tinariwen!
Veiled young girl in a Madrasa, Tanzania
[by Eric Lafforgue]
Kroo Bay, Sierra Leone [by Photo2217]
(Source: itsmeayanna, via couscousking)
(Source: dystracted, via vintageafrica)
That’s me, I’m Brazilian. Born and raised in Brazil and I hope you enjoy it.
(Source: baddqueens, via vintageafrica)
HARRAGA / Emanuele Cremaschi.
They are called Harraga - from Arabic, ‘those who burn (their immigration papers)’ - and they are migrants, mainly from sub-Saharan countries, who attempted to illegally immigrate to Europe . Thousands of them do live along the entire northern shoreline of Morocco, from Tangier to Nador, from Berkane to Oujda, on the border with Algeria. They are displaced and stranded, stucked in a limbo for months or years. They do not have sufficient means to return home, or to tempt fate and pay a clandestine jump to the Spanish coast of Andalusia or to the exclave of Ceuta and Melilla.
More pictures here.
Bedouin Woman. Photo by Annie Griffiths
Masai Mara, Kenya
This isn’t from the print story but the moment I saw the kids playing with the tire I instantly thought about it.
Lupe Fiasco #462
(Source: goretzkas, via berberdiary)
girl yellow pink — Harar Ethiopia (by courregesg)
Mama Mariam, one of my Msambweni aunts. Photography by mollyinkenya.
Exposition Résistance(s). Itinéraire et engagements de Germaine Tillon (Musée de l’Homme) by dalbera on Flickr.