The woman in white was so carried away in moments of what appeared to be ecstasy, from a sermon she had just heard, danced in the street on her home with her friend Sinazo Makunge, in Alexandra Township (as they headed home the photographer tried to get her name and few words from her to no avail, she was in a moment that she would not let go). Ms. Makunge, was able to engage others: not so with the woman in white.
Being a Part of Events That Changed The World
Ozier Muhammad has worked more than 3 decades as a Photojournalist.
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OWS Zuccotti Park
South Africa's Non-Racial Election
Alex Township Sunday Worshippers 2013
Nelson Mandela's 95th Birthday
Nelson Mandela's Death Celebrated and Mourned
Africa The Desperate Continent
Southwest Africa Becomes Namibia
NATO Protest Chicago
Elections In Nigeria 1999
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New Orleans After Katrina 2005 to 2006