Afghan youths learn how to paint at the Behzad Art Gallery in Herat. The Taliban, ousted from power in a US-led invasion in 2001, banned girls from going to school and forbade people from painting and learn the arts.
Tutu has her head shaved before chemo treatment for her breast cancer.
Tutu, who relished life as a daring adventurer, experienced the most extreme adventure of all when she died on 28 March 2012, at home in London with her father and close friends by her side.
Shortly before she died, she told Ashley Savage: “It’s not a perfect world, but you just have to get up, sing your song, keep your helmet on and things will get better. Things will always change, remember that. Things will be good, things will be bad. I am aware that my time here may be limited but I would like the work to live on as a legacy.”
(via Cancer’s not pink)