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Nigerians always dedicate their babies in church after when they are 4 months old.

Nigerians always dedicate their babies in church after when they are 4 months old.

Babies were not named as soon as they are born, there is always a naming ceremony.

Babies were not named as soon as they are born, there is always a naming ceremony.

Real African Voodoo Obatala | Voodoo worshippers in Haiti have celebrated the Plain Du Nord Festival ...

Real African Voodoo Obatala | Voodoo worshippers in Haiti have celebrated the Plain Du Nord Festival ...

Cristina Garcia Rodero. HAITI. Plaine du Nord. Near the Cap Haitien. Pilgrimage to honour the apostle Saint James (Santiago) who is at the same time the Lwa Ogou, god of war.

Cristina Garcia Rodero. HAITI. Plaine du Nord. Near the Cap Haitien. Pilgrimage to honour the apostle Saint James (Santiago) who is at the same time the Lwa Ogou, god of war.

www.marbella4.com - Malaga police arrested a prostitution organization, which used voodoo, to intimidate Nigerian women into becoming sex slaves. The criminal gang took on women from Africa and promised them a better life in Spain but before they got to Europe, they were forced to swear their loyalty to the gang by having to eat a raw chicken heart during a witchcraf

www.marbella4.com - Malaga police arrested a prostitution organization, which used voodoo, to intimidate Nigerian women into becoming sex slaves. The criminal gang took on women from Africa and promised them a better life in Spain but before they got to Europe, they were forced to swear their loyalty to the gang by having to eat a raw chicken heart during a witchcraf

These photos are bits and pieces of the colorful documentation, that photographer Phyllis Galembo, has collected throughout Africa, Haiti, and Jamaica. It shows the native people in masquerade and in everyday attire. Galembo’s work is full of narrative and cultural references, full of color, and made of emotion.

These photos are bits and pieces of the colorful documentation, that photographer Phyllis Galembo, has collected throughout Africa, Haiti, and Jamaica. It shows the native people in masquerade and in everyday attire. Galembo’s work is full of narrative and cultural references, full of color, and made of emotion.

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