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Fariba S. Alam

Fariba Alam is a Bangladeshi-American and a former Fulbright fellow in Photography. She is currently on hiatus from her fine art practice and a 15-year-dual career in design and e-commerce/technology while working on building Leyli, an ethical fashion line based in northern Bangladesh, launching Summer 2019.

Photo Essay: Gold in the Kutupalong Camp

For Rohingya women, gold is multifaceted: it represents security and beauty, but also risk and vulnerability.

Fariba S. Alam

May 20, 2019

Photo Essay: Gold in the Kutupalong Camp
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