“Diaspora Smile” is a part of an ongoing photographic project that captures the joy of elderly Tibetan refugees who lived in exile for more than fifty years. I regularly took their portraits on the night after they have received private blessing from His Holiness Dalai Lama.
The current show at the Museum of the African Diaspora , Portraits and Other Likenesses , co-organized with SFMOMA , is totally fantastic...
Black Pearl | People of the African Diaspora | 1870 Unidentified Afro-Brazilian Woman. Photography by Alberto Henschel Pernambuco
Diaspora Kenyan beauty and TNer @misssharz14 rocking her high bun and a cute ankara dress on vacation in England. . . . Represent! :-) . . . #blackgirlmagic #melaninpoppin #melanin #naturalista #tourist #diaspora #kenya #red #model #puff #love #fleek #MUA #yummymummy #portrait #triciasnaturals
Prof. Colin Tatz & Panayiotis Diamadis; studying genocide…
British Anti Turk Propaganda of 1890's The Turkish threat is not only beneficial for diaspora Armenians, it has been profitable for many sectors since the late 1800’s. Such as, the press and media who have benefited from fear mongering & from Anti-Turk propaganda campaigns by sensationalizing reports to boost newspaper sales as early as 1890’s. PORTRAITS OF THE NINETIES By E. T. RAYMOND – LONDON: 1921. Chapter XXVIII. OLD AND NEW JOURNALISTS
Unknown Artist (Senegal). Portrait of a Woman, ca. 1910. Gelatin silver print from glass negative, 1975; 6 x 4 in. (16.5 x 11.4 cm). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Susan Mullin Vogel, 2015
♂ Man portrait Diaspora Smile, 50th Anniversary of Tibetan in Exi by Bhanuwat Jittivuthikarn