This updated collection of iconic photographs by Dana Gluckstein honours Indigenous Peoples worldwide. Whether photographing a Haitian healer or a San elder, Gluckstein distills the universality of experience that links us all without diminishing the dignity of the individual. DIGNITY includes more than 100 of Gluckstein's black and white duotone portraits, created over three decades. The photographs express the theme of tribes in transition by capturing a fleeting period of world history where traditional and contemporary cultures collide.
Dignity's power, artistry and impassioned call to action make it a historic book in support of Indigenous Peoples throughout the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Pacific. It begins with a moving foreword by Nobel laureate , Archbishop Desmond Tutu.