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To dispel the misconceptions that people have about Africans, the African Students Association of New York’s Ithaca College has come up with this thought-provoking photo series.

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'Africa is not a country': Campaign dispels stereotypes - CNN

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'Africa is not a country': Students' in US photo campaign breaks down stereotypes

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-based African students has launched a photo campaign aimed at specifically dispelling misconceptions about their continent.

Nepal's 'third gender'- The country is a pioneer in rights for gender and sexual minorities, but many continue to face marginalization.

Nepal's 'third gender'- The country is a pioneer in rights for gender and sexual minorities, but many continue to face marginalization.

Playing with fundraising stereotypes: Let’s save Africa!

SAIH: Playing with fundraising stereotypes: Let's save Africa!

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How Not to Write About Africa, article from Foreign Policy Magazine

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Elham Ahmad talks about the negotiation process.

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Photos from Ithaca College’s African Student Association “Fight the Stereotype” campaign.

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Panos Pictures/Anti-Slavery International: The Reverend John (left front) and Mrs Alice Harris (right front) with a group of indigenous people on their visit to the Belgian Congo,

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For Syrian refugees facing a harsh winter in Lebanon, being able to buy warm clothes makes a big difference.

Poverty doesn't define Africa

-based African students has launched a photo campaign in a bid to dispel misconceptions about their continent.

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