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July 12th, 2010

Kenya’s Nubians: Then and Now

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Greg Constantine is a photojournalist from the United States. He currently resides in Asia where he is working on his most recent project, Nowhere People, which focuses on the denial of citizenship and the struggles of stateless ethnic minority groups around the world. As part of that project he is publishing a book in the fall of 2011 called Kenya’s Nubians: Then and Now. Without citizenship, stateless people have no recognized nationality, belong to no country and do not have access to most social, civil and economic rights. Greg’s work exposes the human toll that statelessness has claimed on people and ethnic groups that find themselves excluded from society by forces beyond their control.

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