Dinka Woman of South Sudan


Mixed Media Fine Art Print

Year: 2017

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The Dinka are a pastoral-agricultural people that make up the largest ethnic group in South Sudan. In 1983, a civil war erupted in the Sudan, pitting the largely Arab and Muslim northern Sudan against the black African peoples of the south. Numerous Dinka villages have been destroyed by burning or bombing. Thousands of Dinka women have been raped and their husbands castrated in their presence. Many Dinka have been abducted and sold as slaves in the northern Sudan. Violence against the Dinka is now on a level that has no precedent in their remembered past.

Ten percent of sales from this print is donated to UNHCR.

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Limited Edition, Open Edition