BBC – When it comes to photographing Africa, the images burned into the collective consciousness of those outside the continent are mostly of poverty and conflict.
The Everyday Africa Instagram feed is trying to redress the balance. While not shying away from those themes, it looks for the beauty in the normal, return dignity to the subjects and help change perceptions of the continent.
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