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Africa | People. Berber children from the Ait Hadiddu tribe. Berbers, the only white-skinned indigenous African race are the original inhabitants of the 'Meghreb' - the Arab name for North Africa, which includes Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and the Western part of Libya, all bounded to the south by the Sahara.

Africa The Ait Hadiddu tribe. Berbers, the only white-skinned indigenous African race are the original inhabitants of the 'Meghreb'

Tuareg Woman photographed in Mali.

A young married Tuareg woman. Tuareg people have traditionally been nomadic, living in northern Africa. They wear dark blue (almost black) robes and the indigo dye stains their skin blue. They've been called the 'Blue People' for this reason.

Morocco Culture Women | Women in Morocco: Moroccan Culture Series

Another typical stereotype is opression towards women, which is absolutely not true, in fact women in Morocco are free to do as they want and are mostly respected by men on the streets.