Voice of the Voiceless
'The Pacific Islands have long been a refuge,’ wrote celebrated Vanuatu-based investigative photojournalist Ben Bohane in the introduction to his extraordinary 2013 collection The Black Islands, ‘for eccentric
foreigners and castaways too, who often fell into one (or several) of these categories: mercenary, missionary or misfit.’...
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