BaAka women dancing

BaAka women dancing

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Caption: BaAka women dancing. One is carrying an albino child. The BaAka (also called the Bayaka or Aka) are a nomadic people of the Western Congo Basin in Central Africa. They are part of the wider grouping of Mbenga people, historically called pygmies. Dance is an important part of BaAka culture, and is used in rituals, as well as for entertainment. Photographed in the south-western region of the Central African Republic.

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