No Man’s Job: Female Mechanics in Senegal

A friend of mine recently sent me a post from the Guardian about Anthony Kurtz’s photo series “No Man’s Job,” which documents the lives of women at work in a femme auto shop in Senegal and opens up a dialogue about gender roles. Here are just some of the amazing images from his series:

african woman holding petrol pump standing in garage

african woman in garage

african women dressed in blue and pink sitting in garage

To view the full series, visit Kurtz’s website here.

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