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Makor Niang praising during a worship session, Sydney, 2014 / Conor Ashleigh
Bib ID 7459980
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, online resource]
Author
Ashleigh, Conor, 1987- photographer
 
Online Access
Description 2014 
1 online resource (1 photograph) : TIFF file, colour 
Series

Australia's South Sudanese refugee community, 2010-2015.

Technical Details

image file : TIFF : 64MB 

Summary

"Makor Niang praises during a worship session at a healing and restoration revival service in Western Sydney when traveling South Sudanese Pastor Lado was preaching. The South Sudanese community is in general very Christian although belonging to many different denominations."--Information supplied by photographer.

Notes

Title from acquisitions documentation.

Part of the collection: Australia's South Sudanese refugee community, 2010-2015.

Subjects Niang, Makor, -- Photographs.  |  Community churches -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Photographs.  |  Worship -- Photographs.  |  Sudanese Australians -- Social life and customs -- Photographs.  |  Refugees -- Sudan -- Photographs.
Occupation Refugees.
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