Kifwebe Sorcerer Dancer, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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Leni Riefenstahl

Sudan - A Nuba from Kau with his painted face mask. Featured in the 1976 publication: People of Kau by Leni Riefenstahl.

Ethiopia - Omo Valley photographer John Kenny

Ethiopia - Omo Valley Beautiful Photography by John Kenny taken with Africa's remotest tribes. Fine art prints in black and white, also colour, are available to buy in signed, limited editions. Facing Africa: the book is out now

Beautiful African Woman with Corn Apparel.

Ethiopia - woman carrying maize / corn and grinding stone. Jeremy Curl Photography Originally shared by Aboriginal & Tribal Nation News

Nibrguo, Omo River

Mario Gerth, Nibrguo - surma girl after a ceremony / kibbish ethiopia

Shaka Zulu ruled the Zulu nation during the times of the slave trade. He revolutionized the Zulu army and played a crucial part in Zulu history. http://africanadrenalin.co.za/IsibindiAfrica/zulu_history.htm

Shaka - truly great military leader, born circa turned the Zulu nation into an Empire, inventing the institutions, weapons, and tactics to create an African super-power. That Empire foundered when confronted by European technology.

H’dda at the annual “brides fair” where she may catch the eye of a suitor. If her parents approve, a prolonged courtship begins. Girls are technically not allowed to marry until they are 16, but the Berbers don’t always observe this law. Imilchil village, Morocco, 1995

Moroccan Teenage Girls in Traditional Dress

The Bushmen people, for the most part, are short in stature, a lighter brown/golden skin tone, very strong Asian features, face and epicanthic eye fold. The Bushmen, (perjoratively called the San people) are the oldest representative of humans according to Oral tradition - they are the ancestors of Asians, Europeans, Black Africans, etc. The San (Bushmen) hold the oldest DNA markers, going back nearly 200,000 years. Here are a few photos of what the Khoisan or Bushmen people look like.

The Bushmen, (perjoratively called the San people) are the oldest representative of humans according to Oral tradition - they are the ancestors of Asians, Europeans, Black Africans, etc.

Africa | Surma girls prepare for the courtship season by painting each other's faces. Ethiopia, 1988. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies"

Surma girls prepare for the courtship season by painting each other's faces. Ethiopia, 1988 by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher.

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