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New E-book on Chaouia Facial Tattoos

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Sepia-tinted photos of over 50 years ago show the facial tattoos of women from indigenous...

Between the Lines. Yasmin Bendaas for the Pulitzer Center, 2012.

Yasmin Bendaas, a 2012 Wake Forest alum and Pulitzer Center student fellow, created a fascinating look into a fading tradition in the hills of Algeria through the portraits and stories of indigenous women. Her reporting project, "Between the Lines: Facial Tattoos and the Chaoiua," is now available as an e-book on browsers, Amazon and iPad for free.





The iPad version was made with iBooks Author. The Kindle and web browser versions were made with Creatavist.

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