1989 -Tsumnkwe Boy of Bushmanland, near a polling place during a week of voting in the first non-racial election in his country's history.
Being a Part of Events That Changed The World
Ozier Muhammad has worked more than 3 decades as a Photojournalist.
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Awards and Fellowships
In 1985 Ozier shared the Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting with Josh Friedman and Dennis Bell, for a series of reports titled “Africa, The desperate Continent,” for Newsday.
For that report, Ozier also won the Polk award in News Photography. The report was about drought and famine and its political consequences.
Knight Journalism fellow at Stanford University in 1986-87.
Peter Jennings Fellow in 2007 at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA
South Africa's Non-Racial Election
Africa The Desperate Continent
Southwest Africa Becomes Namibia
Elections In Nigeria 1999
Abstracts At Home
New Orleans After Katrina 2005 to 2006
OWS Zuccotti Park
NATO Protest Chicago