'How Beautiful': The Faces of Israel's Refugees and Migrants

For the past 18 months, Miri Davidovitz has been taking portrait shots of African refugees and migrant workers in south Tel Aviv. The aim: Giving the subjects a voice and presenting a positive image of them

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