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Africa | Mpondomise mother and child, Qumbu district. South Africa. Early 1900s | ©Alfred Duggan-Cronin / McGregor Museum

Africa | Mpondomise mother and child, Qumbu district. South Africa. Early 1900s | ©Alfred Duggan-Cronin / McGregor Museum

In southern Ethiopia deep within the Omo Valley you'll find the semi-nomadic tribe known as 'The Daasanach'. The fashion right now is for hairclips and watchstraps, but sometimes just hairclips . Photography Eric Lafforgue

In southern Ethiopia deep within the Omo Valley you'll find the semi-nomadic tribe known as 'The Daasanach'. The fashion right now is for hairclips and watchstraps, but sometimes just hairclips . Photography Eric Lafforgue

Africa | Xhosa woman smoking a pipe.  Transkei.  South Africa || Postcard image //

Africa | Xhosa woman smoking a pipe. Transkei. South Africa || Postcard image //

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: XHOSA PEOPLE:SOUTH AFRICA`S ANCIENT PEOPLE WITH UNIQUE TRADITIONAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: XHOSA PEOPLE:SOUTH AFRICA`S ANCIENT PEOPLE WITH UNIQUE TRADITIONAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE

Africa | Group of Xhosa women and children ~ People of the Red Blanket.  South Africa || Scanned postcard; publisher Frameworthy Publications

Africa | Group of Xhosa women and children ~ People of the Red Blanket. South Africa || Scanned postcard; publisher Frameworthy Publications

Poverty, defined differently for many people and it affects people differently, I just hope though that like the reflected  innocence of the child people never forget about just being happy and appreciate what they do have no matter what your financial stability may be

Poverty, defined differently for many people and it affects people differently, I just hope though that like the reflected innocence of the child people never forget about just being happy and appreciate what they do have no matter what your financial stability may be

Image by Constance Stuart Larrabee. | Born in England, and raised in South Africa, Larrabee documented South Africa's tribes throughout the 1930s and 40s, including the Zulu, Ndebele, Lovedu, Swazi, Sotho, Transkei, and Bushmen. Such images, given the (colonial) context, begs questions of otherness, of gaze, of positioning, of distance and relationship between subject and photographer. Feel free to share thoughts + questions #SUNUresearch #SUNUjournal #SUNUconversations

Image by Constance Stuart Larrabee. | Born in England, and raised in South Africa, Larrabee documented South Africa's tribes throughout the 1930s and 40s, including the Zulu, Ndebele, Lovedu, Swazi, Sotho, Transkei, and Bushmen. Such images, given the (colonial) context, begs questions of otherness, of gaze, of positioning, of distance and relationship between subject and photographer. Feel free to share thoughts + questions #SUNUresearch #SUNUjournal #SUNUconversations

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