Coming up to 2013 the pace of the race to our next elections is picking up. Postings, tweets, voting, campaigns and candidates. More frequent. More detailed. After personally witnessing and photographing the pain and atrocities of our last election I am making a public stand:
KENYANS FOR PEACE
Here are some images – as a reminder, a warning, a record – in some cases taken under difficult circumstances during the post-election violence that occurred in Kenya during the last few days of December 2007 and the first three weeks of January 2008.
My work was used by Reuters and McClatchy Newspapers New York and was distributed by the photo agencies GranAngular and Africa24. Some images were short-listed for an award in 2008 for the Bayeux Calvados for War Correspondants.
All Images STRICTLY COPYRIGHT (c) Georgina Goodwin. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
GEORGINA GOODWIN Kenyan Photojournalist KENYANS FOR PEACE https://www.facebook.com/ggkenya
All Images Copyright (c) Georgina Goodwin. No Photo Stealing!
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