In Tunisia Pria visits local artist Hedi Turki in the picturesque village of Sidi Bou Said, the bustling souks of the Medina in Tunis; and the domain of the Berbers - about 500kms from Tunis, around Matmata and Tataouine.
Pria begins his Ethiopian exploration in Jinka, a small town on the edge of the lush, green Omo Valley, home to many small tribal groups including the Mursi, whose women insert a clay disc in their lower lip on reaching maturity.
For Malagasys, the process of exhuming ancestral remains and rewrapping them in fresh shrouds while catching up on village gossip is nothing out of the ordinary and this is where Pria begins his journey through Madagascar.
Given France's large colonial influence in Africa, Pria samples the African diaspora in Paris, asking why they are more French than African and why France is perceived to have been a "better coloniser" than the rest. g
Indigenous communities around the world and in the US resist threats to their sacred places - the original protected lands - in a growing movement to defend human rights and restore the environment. In this series, native people share ecological wisdom and spiritual reverence while battling a utilitarian view of land in the form of government megaprojects, consumer culture, and resource extraction, as well as competing religions and climate change.