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Top 10 Photos To Show Inequality Between People Born Equal

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The series of photographs that you are going to discover is really interesting as they highlight some of the inequalities in this world. The goal of the photographer is to highlight the differences between people who became different because of the choices that they made in their life.

Mark Laita is a photographer born in Detroit, he works to highlight the inequality between the people who were born equal but followed different paths in their life. In this way he highlights the effect of education and social environment on his personality. His first non-commercial work “Created Equal,” was published in 2010 and it took him eight years to develop it.  A set of very nice pictures to discover immediately on DGS ;)

Rock Band and Polka group

Rock Band and Polka group

Gang member and mafioso

Gang member and mafioso

Marine and war veteran

Marine and war veteran

Baptistin pastor and Ku Klux Klan

Baptistin pastor and Ku Klux Klan

Homeless and property developer

Homeless and property developer

Astronaut and a person who has met aliens

Astronaut and a person who has met aliens

Company president and cleaner

Company president and cleaner

French chef and cook at any restaurant

French chef and cook at any restaurant

Amish teenagers and Punk Teens

Amish teenagers and Punk Teens

Cowboy and Indian

Cowboy and Indian

Miner and exotic dancers

Miner and exotic dancers

Vegetarian and butcher

Vegetarian and butcher

CEO and messenger

CEO and messenger

Graduate and young school dropout

Graduate and young school dropout

Couple needy and wealthy couples

Couple needy and wealthy couples

Intelligent comparison of different people may make you think. The photographer is very good at capturing this difference. Is it the stereotype image or social inequality that challenged you most?

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