This picture might not seem as much, but it can work as a manifesto for the hunger crisis unfolding on the African continent.
Taken in 1993 by photojournalist Kevin Carter, it received the Pulitzer Prize. However, some prominent voices claimed that the shot is unethical and that the photographer should have taken concrete measures to offer the sick child some degree of relief.
We gave this heartbreaking photo the title “Hunger,” because we see it fit to describe the current socio-economic situation in Africa. The civilized world is watching from far away and without reacting the drama millions of people go through each day.
Hunger, disease, and poverty are dominant traits of the Black continent, as foreign companies and governments only have their immediate gains in mind.