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Voodoo children - A dance with the ancestors
Photographer: Salym Fayad
Exhibit Title: Voodoo children - A dance with the ancestors
Fetishes, spirits and adepts in the cradle of voodoo - Ouidah, Benin. A call to the ancestors. More that 30 million people follow voodoo accross West Africa. The religion also has a home in the Americas, especially in Haiti, Cuba and Brazil, where it migrated centuries ago, during the slave trade. Today, in both sides of the Atlantic, voodoo still celebrates life through the worship of the ancestors.
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