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Somebody's hell

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Text: ‘Ernest Cole: Journeys through photojournalism, social documentary photography and art’ Dr Marcus Bunyan / Exhibition: ‘Ernest Cole Photographer’ at The Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles Fotojournalismus, Black And White Plates, Le Cri, By Any Means Necessary, Foto Art, We Are The World, Documentary Photography, African American History, Black People

Text: ‘Ernest Cole: Journeys through photojournalism, social documentary photography and art’ Dr Marcus Bunyan / Exhibition: ‘Ernest Cole Photographer’ at The Fowler Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles

Exhibition dates: 7th April – 7th July 2013 Ernest Cole (South African, 1940-1990) Every African must show his pass before being allowed to go about his business. Sometimes chec…

Children cry as migrants waiting on the Greek side of the border break through a cordon of Macedonian special police forces to cross into Macedonia, near the southern city of Gevgelija, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Mundo Cruel, Religion, Refugee Crisis, Picture Editor, Syrian Refugees, Time Magazine, Human Rights, World War Ii, Dramas

Photographer Shows Children Caught in Clash at the Greek Border

Georgi Licovski captured this photo of distressed children crying against the police line and crush of bodies.

20 photos sure to make you cry. Scratch marks inside an Auschwitz gas chamber from struggling victims of the Holocaust. Image Emotion, Photo Choc, Foto Picture, Photos Rares, Powerful Pictures, Amazing Pictures, Creepy Photos, Haunting Photos, Natural Disasters

30 de las más potentes fotografías jamás tomadas (parte I) - Cultura Inquieta

"No debemos perder la fe en la humanidad que es como el océano: no se ensucia porque algunas de sus gotas estén sucias". – Mahatma Gandhi.

A photograph by Kevin Carter. The images by this man make me want to cry, and certainly have an air of hopelessness, nearly a decade later, many human beings still suffer from such severe malnutrition - Kevin Carter Kevin Carter, We Are The World, Our World, In This World, Photo Choc, World Press Photo, Powerful Pictures, Amazing Pictures, Interesting Photos

30 de las más potentes fotografías jamás tomadas (parte I) - Cultura Inquieta

"No debemos perder la fe en la humanidad que es como el océano: no se ensucia porque algunas de sus gotas estén sucias". – Mahatma Gandhi.

“A final embrace,” the photograph that won a World Press Photo award and was selected as one of Time magazine’s top 10 photos of is one of the most recognised pictures that represent the haunting tragedy of the disaster. Image Emotion, Photo Choc, Mundo Cruel, World Press Photo, Powerful Pictures, Meaningful Pictures, Life Is Precious, Photo Images, Foto Art

30 de las más potentes fotografías jamás tomadas (parte I) - Cultura Inquieta

"No debemos perder la fe en la humanidad que es como el océano: no se ensucia porque algunas de sus gotas estén sucias". – Mahatma Gandhi.

Funny pictures about 30 of the most powerful images ever. Oh, and cool pics about 30 of the most powerful images ever. Also, 30 of the most powerful images ever. Photos Du, Cool Photos, Amazing Photos, Epic Photos, Amazing Facts, Free Photos, Emotional Pictures, Powerful Pictures, Eid Al Fitr

30 de las más potentes fotografías jamás tomadas (parte I) - Cultura Inquieta

"No debemos perder la fe en la humanidad que es como el océano: no se ensucia porque algunas de sus gotas estén sucias". – Mahatma Gandhi.

A person falls from the north tower of New York's World Trade Center Tuesday Sept. 2001 after terrorists crashed two hijacked airliners into the World Trade Center and brought down the twin towers. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)(The Falling Man) World Trade Center, Trade Centre, The Falling Man, Person Falling, We Are The World, Change The World, Geo Magazine, Photo Choc, Remembering September 11th

30 de las más potentes fotografías jamás tomadas (parte I) - Cultura Inquieta

"No debemos perder la fe en la humanidad que es como el océano: no se ensucia porque algunas de sus gotas estén sucias". – Mahatma Gandhi.