This entry was posted on November 15, 2011 by V. Lyn. It was filed under Around the World and was tagged with Africa, Darfur, Genocide, Human Rights Watch, Rwandan Genocide, Sudan.
This is so incredibly horrible. As advanced as we have become in science, medicine, etc. there is absolutely no reason for anyone to have to live in these conditions. Pure greed, hatred, and ignorance is the reason so many suffer.
November 16, 2011 at 2:10 am
It is horrible what we do one another, the cruelty seems boundless but still these as well as others who have endured through some of mans cruelest acts perservere.
And then there are moments of real beauty as well…in a simple smile, the fluidity of movement when you dance lost in the infiniteness of the moment, when you see a heroic act or truly selfless act, a gesture of kindness that is so reaffirming and in photography such as yours that captures us when we are the strongest and the most vulnerable.
November 16, 2011 at 2:36 am
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