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‘Black people move the internet culture but reap none of the benefits.’ – Polly Irungu

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“Being seen is one thing but the next step is obviously what comes from that. Exposure is only good for so long.Another way is that I have a Twitter list of over 400 Black women photographers. That’s another simple way of me helping these photographers be seen. But a lot of the work, honestly, happens offline.” says Polly

The founder of Black Women Photographers Polly Irungu speaks to Okayafrica , stresses on the importance of acknowledging the contribution of Black women to culture and about how she wants to highlight the work of Black women during this pandemic and beyond.

Read the full interview here : https://www.okayafrica.com/kenyan-photographers-collective-by-polly-irungu/

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