Sumy Sadurni: Photojournalist Who Documented Human Rights Struggles in East Africa

From a New York Times obit by Annabelle Williams headlined “Sumy Sadurni, Photojournalist Whose Focus Was East Africa, Dies at 32”:

Sumy Sadurni, a prolific photojournalist who documented human rights struggles, political resistance and gender issues in East Africa through a piercing and intimate lens, died on March 7 in Kampala, Uganda. Her brother, Jorge Sadurni Carrasco, said she died in a car accident.

Ms. Sadurni, a freelancer, traveled the world, but she was best known for her work in her adopted country, Uganda. Her photographs for Agence France-Presse appeared in some of the world’s leading newspapers, including The New York Times.