Dana Ullman is a New York-based freelance photojournalist and writer whose work focuses on humanizing statistics and social issues through storytelling. Dana's stories and photographs have been published with the New York Times, the...
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Covering:Africa,Europe,Latin America,USA & Canada
Skills:Research, Copy Editing, Image Archiving, Digital Printing, Food Styling, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Color Correction, Film Scanning, QuarkXPress, Adobe Premier, Apple Final Cut Pro, Book Layout/Design, Photo Editing, Black & White Printing, Color Printing, Storyboarding, Mixed Media, Print Making, Editorial Design, Typography, Art Direction, Copywriting, Multimedia Production, Photojournalism, Film Photography
Tanzania Story published by Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown
Dec 23, 2017
I photographed a story last year on the government-led evictions of Tanzania's Barabaig tribe, after the government was allowed a waiver by the World Bank that exempts them from a Indigenous People's policy that protects these communities from issues such as evictions and land grabbing. I had a chance to reconnect with the communtiy only to find out that the Barabaig people of Mkombani had indeed been evicted again to make way for a wildlife management area. As with most everything, I couldn't have done it withoutÂ the incredible support of the International Women's Media Foundation, International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and The GroundTruth Project. Many thanks to the equally exquisite Courtney Brooks, Pauline Eiferman and Parts Unknown for giving this story new light.