Photojournalism - Professional

21st-century racism in southwest Ethiopia’s Indigenous Omo V

Alison M. Jones


"21st-century racism in southwest Ethiopia’s Indigenous Omo V"
Today’s greed and politics has shattered the peace and sustainability of Ethiopia’s Omo Valley Tribe

Biography: Alison M. Jones is a conservation photographer who has documented sub-Sahara Africa since 1985. Seeing that rivers and lakeshores are the continent's ribbons of life, she founded NO WATER NO LIFE. This nonprofit combines photography and science to publicize the vulnerability of the planet's freshwater resources. Her work is seen in magazines, books, TV and is used in her workshops, lectures and exhibits. Granted an honorary Masters Degree in Photography from Brooks Institute, she is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photography, Director of The North American Nature...

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