This work aims to focus on a special moment when past and future lives of the inhabitants of a community ‘house’ are suspended.
Filled only with preconceived ideas, I felt the need to experience, first hand, the streets of Southern Africa. This decision was influenced by a profound sense of guilt, as I considered the regions exploited by Western societies.
During the 1950s, they came to Bolivia from Canada, Mexico or Belize where their lifestyle was being threatened. In Canada the young people weren’t taking the right path and then the government banned their education, forcing their children to attend public schools.
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