More Than a Tragedy: Photographing Resilience in Devastation

Today we are cross-posting an article from Re-Picture, a publication of The Everyday Projects, about photographing resilience in the face of devastation – by Danielle Villasana, a photojournalist and contributor to Re-Picture  In2014 when Boko Haram was at the height of its insurgency in northeastern Nigeria, Fati Abubakar was struggling with the guilt of studying abroad in London while militants gruesomely… Continue reading More Than a Tragedy: Photographing Resilience in Devastation

Five Years of Documenting Everyday Life on Instagram

Today we are cross-posting an article by Elie Gardner  of The Everyday Projects about how the Everyday accounts on Instagram started. In March 2012, Everyday Africa launched and gave rise to a movement of everyday life photography. We recount its history and reflect on its impact. It’s quite possible that every single day a new… Continue reading Five Years of Documenting Everyday Life on Instagram