When photographs speak against dictatorship

Dinu Alam’s historic photos, now free-for-all

The Daily Star – Moumita Sultana Hema

Yesterday, photographer Dinu Alam—who is currently based in Toronto, Canada—hosted a press conference at the National Press Club in Paltan. The conference was held to announce that photographs taken by him during the anti-Ershad mass movement of 1987, would be free-to-use for the public.

Dinu Alam’s photographs represent a crucial part of Bangladesh’s 50-year history. Particularly, his photo of Martryr Noor Hossain, who died during the protests on November 10, 1987, are remembered for Read more on The Daily Star

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