GAUTEN REGIONS, South Africa — A polling booth during the 1960 referendum, which ushered in a republican government.
SOUTH AFRICA. Natal. Durban. Members of a religious group participating in a total immersion baptism ceremony in the Indian Ocean. 1984.
South Africa. Gauteng. Johannesburg. Fordsburg. Affection between two people in a multi-racial cafe. 1961
MASERU, Lesotho — A boy plays a guitar made from an oil can in the burned out ruins of his home during political violence, 1961.
COSTA RICA. Atlantic Coast. Limon Camp. Nicaraguan refugees while away the time playing guitar, with only mattresses to sit and sleep on.
ETHIOPIA. Villagers walk two miles to the only source of water to fill gourds, wash clothes or bathe. 1987
BANGLADESH. Khulna. Jessore. Jhikargachha village. A woman whose arms and sides show the telltale black marks of arsenic poisoning has only this pump for fresh water.2000.
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