Having worked in Africa for many years, Frédéric Noy documents the unjust treatment of minorities, the displacement of populations and the impact of climate change. Feeling a deep attachment to this changing continent, Noy is also interested in personal stories and the individual victims of social pressure. In his latest report, Homo Africa, the photographer reports on the daily lives of the LGBT community in Burundi and Rwanda.
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