Alamin Mohammed | Cultural Photography, Northern Nigeria, and Boko Haram

MissedHistory by Luke Morgante

Episode notes

Alamin Mohammed is a highly-talented photographer from the northern Nigerian city of Jos. Through his photographs, Alamin tells the stories of his Hausa community, the landscapes of Nigeria, and the various traditions celebrated by cultures across West Africa.In this episode, we discuss his experiences as a photographer, nomadic festivals, living near terrorism, and more. We look forward to releasing a part 2, soon.


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If you want to see more from Alamin and his photography, you can follow him on Instagram at aminucyrus

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