It’s hard to imagine, from North America, what that looks like. It’s hard to care about the troubles of a place you’ve never been. Kathleen Martin went to Africa to see for herself. Using stories and photographs, Kamakwie is a stunning portrait of the people she met, of starvation, war, forgiveness, of unaccountable joy. And it is a portrait of a North American learning to understand her place in an unjust world.
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