De l’égalité humaine, anthropologie non comparative / Human equality, a non-comparative anthropology

In a modern world, we still ask if all bodies tan…
In our modern societies, we still think that dark (brown) skins are dirty.
In this modern world, we still consider certain hair types as sponges or as broom brushes.

« De l’égalité humaine, anthropologie non comparative » gather photographs of each part of different black person bodies – from the neck to the feet.
A way, to accentuate the preconceptions that some people can be subjected to.