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Becoming South Sudan

Becoming South Sudan

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steve-evans-photography: “A mother and child of the Toposa tribe in rural South Sudan.

God bless South Sudan. (Pride)

A Southern Sudanese man who adorned his shaved head with the colors of the Southern Sudan flag and a "God Bless Southern Sudan" scripture on his face.

July 9, 2011. Thousands gather in Juba, South Sudan, to hear the declaration of independence read aloud as they celebrated their independence.

LightBox 365: A Year in Photographs 2011

Ruth Fremson—The New York Times/Redux July Thousands of people gather in Juba, South Sudan, to hear the declaration of independence read aloud as the region celebrated its independence.

The Dinka are the most populous of South Sudan’s tribes and also the most politically influential. The majority of Dinka are still nomadic pastoralists and their cattle camps, which often contain 500 head or more of cattle, offer a fascinating insight into their traditional way of life. Much of South Sudan’s culture and history is derived from the importance of cattle: they’re the principal source of wealth and prestige, and, when pastures are scarce, the reason for so much conflict. With…

From our book "Dinka". A cattle camp in South Sudan. The white Bulls are the Dinka's favourite colour. by africanceremonies

Fangak, south sudan.

Bahr el Jebel Safari on

Nuer villages and fishing camps along the Bar el Zeraf section of the Nile near Old Fangak, between Ayod and Bentiu.

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