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VIVA LA RESISTENCIA CARAJO

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La imagen representa un espíritu de lucha por la justicia en el Sur Global mediante el ritual colectivo emancipatorio. Fue hecha a partir de la foto de David Diaz Arcos durante la revuelta social de Ecuador en 2019.

 

A black and white linocut image featuring a figure wearing a skirt, a traditional shawl and hat. The woman wears a gas mask or N95 mask. They have wings which spread out and turn into flames. The fire and smoke rise, creating a circle shape which frames the words: “Viva la Resistencia Carajo.”

 



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