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    Dario Mitidieri - Series - 'Street Children of Bombay'.

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    Street children of the Philippines

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    Beautiful women of Kalash, “who legend says are part-fairy and part-human because of their ethereal beauty. Local people say the Kalash woman can make a man lose his religion. As the story goes, when a Kalash woman drinks water, you can see it streaming down her throat. Yet they are considered impure in their own community; they are also called ‘whiter than the white.’”

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    Kolam is a form of sand painting that is drawn using rice powder by female members of the family in front of their home. It is widely practiced by Hindus in South India. A kolam is a sort of painted prayer - a line drawing composed of curved loops, drawn around a grid pattern of dots. Kolams are thought to bestow prosperity to homes.

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    My heart smiles. From Margo Fritsch's Many Faces of the ONE board. A perfect companion for this tolerance bulletin board.

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    I've read that water buffalo are great, obedient pets and will protect you with their lives. © asit

    Imagination Photography - 65 Imaginative Photos Examples

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    What hunger means....ohhhhhhhhmg how terrible!

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    Manila, Philippines. "I could not remember this little girls name. But she was very curious of my camera. She requested me to take a photo of her playing the hula hoop. She was so happy to be photographed and kept asking for more photos.. Kuya, photo me, Kuya photo me! I remember her sweet voice. At the end I hugged her and swing her around like a hula hoop. She was overjoyed. To me she was a little princess. She was so adorable. Children are employed for their small sizes and cheap salary. They could easily crawl into those small pits behind. But the condition is really terrible. Hot, smoky, polluted and bad for health. Image by: Mio Cade

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    “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” -James 1:27

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    Different Race, Language, Culture, Heritage, and Status; coming from different Continents, Countries, Parents, and Lifestyles. Love is Love, no matter who you are. Hugs are needed, no matter who you are. (Niamey, Niger 2011)

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    In March 1993, while on a trip to Sudan, photographer Kevin Carter was preparing to photograph a starving toddler trying to reach a feeding center when a vulture landed nearby. Carter later said that he waited 20 minutes to see if the vulture would flare its wings. He finally took a picture and then chased off the vulture. However, he came under criticism for failing to help the girl: The St. Petersburg Times in Florida said this of Carter: "The man adjusting his lens to take just the right frame of her suffering, might just as well be a predator, another vulture on the scene." Sold to the New York Times, the photograph first appeared on March 26, 1993. Hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask the fate of the girl. The paper reported that it was unknown whether she had managed to reach the feeding center. In 1994, the photograph won Pulitzer Prize. Kevin Carter committed suicide on July 27, 1994, sixteen months after taking the photo.

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