The “Afghan Girl” is an Illustration of White People’s Entitlement

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You’ll likely recognize her piercing green eyes: the “Afghan Girl,” Sharbat Gula, became famous after appearing on the front page of National Geographic in 1984. Steve McCurry shot her photo in a refugee camp, and she was presented…

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