Images of life in Tiebele, the painted village of the Gurunsi people in southern Burkina Faso, by Louis Montrose, USA. Overall winner - Travel Photographer of the Year 2011 at the Royal Geographical Society
Tiebele, Burkina Faso - at the base of a hill overlooking the surrounding sun-drenched West African savannah lies Tiebele an extraordinary painted wall village and this circular hectare complex of intricately embellished earthen architecture.
'King Leopold's Ghost': Genocide With Spin Control. Enslaved in their own homeland, Congolese men chained by other Africans for European Wealth and King Leopold's insatiable greed for Africa's natural resources.
Did you know that there were Human Zoos on display in Europe and America from the to the These public exhibits of humans,often called Negro Villages, usually showed indigenous people in a so-called natural or primitive state.
American Lynching of African Americans. This photo makes me ill. As a white woman born and raised in the south, I could never understand this type of hatred and even today, it bothers me deeply to still see race problems in America.
the horrors of history: J. Marion Sims is called “the Father of Gynecology” due to his experiments on enslaved women in Alabama who were often submitted as guinea pigs by their plantation owners who could not use them for sexual pleasure.