Women of Kenya Are...

Museum Pick: April 6 - May 4, 2009

The following images celebrate women of Kenya through photography. They capture different faces of Kenyan women as well as their quotidian experiences. Kenyan women, like their international sisters, are daughters, sisters, mothers, playmates, friends, party girls, farmers, fishmongers, business women and global activists. Sneak a peak into their lives.

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Maiia
New Zealand

Thank you, this is inspiring, we could all take photos of each other then we will exist in pictures, statistics have no soul.

max holloway
United Kingdom

wat a great photo, georgeous smiles..........and cool bike x


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