The women I photographed in Zanzibar trace their lineage back to Swahili, Arab, Indian, Goan, Shirazi, African, Persian and Omani origins. Many were of mixed race, reflecting the cultural synthesis and ethnic conflict that have shaped the arc of Zanzibar’s complex history.
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Photographer: Joanna Lipper
Organization: W.E.B Du Bois Institute Harvard University
Exhibit Title: Women in Zanzibar
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