Over the course of four years (2010 - 2014), Polish Canadian photographer Gabriela Maj travelled throughout Afghanistan to collect portraits and stories inside the country's women's prisons, including the most notorious penitentiary for women, Badam Bagh, located on the outskirts of Kabul. Maj's Almond Garden (Daylight Books, Spring 2015) is the largest record documenting the experiences of incarcerated women in Afghanistan produced to date.
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