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Larkat Mohamed Issam


The Algerian youth represent 70% of the Algerian population, and geographically speaking Algeria is the largest country in the continent of Africa and the richest in terms of natural resources.
Within this huge land you will find most of the youth doing nothing but sitting in the streets and developing variety of philosophies about life and self centering mentalities.

Most of the youngsters inside Algeria’s small cities and provinces seems to know each other whether in direct relation or throughout common friends yet everybody seems to feel strangers from each other’s feeling abandoned and excluded from the world main actions, leading and decisions and living their daily life of unemployment, pessimism and poverty and government repression and pushing them to a mentally dark corners human find it hard to endure…

On the 22nd February 2019 these youngsters decided to no longer take it from 20 years of ruling by dictator called “Abdelaziz Bouteflika”. even though they were threaten by chaos and a civil war, they continued a Friday after another taking up the streets with major chants of change and protests such as “Civil country not military selected government” they chants also for freedom and independency they shout and demanded peace and the right to take their future by their hands, this project explores how the Algerian youngster behave on daily basis, their activities and struggles and deception, and fear sometimes.

I never stopped believing in them and I’ll never stop fighting for them and trying to get their subliminal messages to the world throughout our medium of photography.

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