‘I Cannot Bury My Father’ documentary – African Film Festival, New York, 2021

‘I Cannot Bury My Father’, African Film Festival – In 2005, Gambian dictator Yahya Jammeh murdered 56 West African migrants out of fear they were mercenaries intending to overthrow him. The disappearance of their slain bodies robbed families of healing and closure by being unable to bury their loved ones. Isaac Mensah, one of the victim’s sons, shares the emotional toll of this atrocity and his quest for answers…

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Friday Photo: The Mosque, Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana

The Mosque, Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana. Image © Jason Florio Current Location: AUGUST 2020 – Malta Assignment queries, and image licensing – Contact here floriophoto.com  Motion Instagram @jasonfloriorio @floriophotos / @jasonflorio_photoprints  floriophotoNYC – Twitter Jason Florio Photojournalist– FB Fine Art Prints helenjonesflorio.com – Gallery

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Micro-finance in Ghana, West Africa: ‘Hello, my name is Rebecca’

  These are just a couple of images of some of the inspiring women we met recently – whilst traveling around Ghana, West Africa, on assignment for NGO, Concern Universal –  who are working on projects that are enabling them to raise themselves and their families above the poverty level. ‘Concern Universal is a charityContinue reading “Micro-finance in Ghana, West Africa: ‘Hello, my name is Rebecca’”

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