ALLIANCE SOLIDARITY INAUGURATED THE EXHIBITION ON WOMEN MIGRANTS 'I AM, WE ARE' IN THE CENTRE CULTURAL CONDE DUQUE

Wednesday, 9 May 2018
Rosa M Tristan

Angelica Dass

On Saturday, may 12 opened in the Conde Duque Cultural Center photo exhibition "I am, we are," under the artistic direction of Angélica Dass. This exhibition, which has been conducted with the collaboration of the city of Madrid, aims to get to know those women that do not normally appear in the media or in public spaces, but which carry many years living in our society and bringing change and social transformation initiatives. ' I am, we are part of an approach that evades the prejudices and stereotypes that tend to be subjected.

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Sample, whose images have been made by Angélica Dass and others taken from personal archives, consists of a newspaper/exposure in which the photographs are accompanied by different narratives on migrant women. All this is divided into three large cubes two by two meters in which the protagonists are Marta, Alima, Gladys... and up to a dozen women, all neighbors of Madrid with personal, collective, local and global stories that bring us closer to reality, so often invisible.

A collaborative initiative which was attended by various associations and groups of migrants together with Alliance for solidarity, within the project financed by the city of Madrid "migrant women and human rights: reciprocating," weaving networks and strengthening the exercise of rights and the participation of migrant women in a global society without discrimination".

Angélica Dass, Brazilian origin, stands out for its combination of great creativity with sociological research and the defence of human rights through their works. In 2013 he obtained the prize Festival Off of PhotoEspaña.

TEA HOPE THIS SATURDAY IN THE CENTRAL COURTYARD OF CONDE DUQUE! (Calle Conde Duque 11).


One Response to "ALLIANCE SOLIDARITY INAUGURATED THE EXHIBITION ON WOMEN MIGRANTS 'I AM, WE ARE' IN THE CENTRE CULTURAL CONDE DUQUE"

  1. The current island shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic was the first point of that continent which Columbus touched. It was inhabited by the taínos. Taíno, in their language, means 'good people', and that is. The Taíno we have number of words in the Spanish (hurricane, shark, corn, etc.) and Santo Domingo was the first 'laboratory' of foods that met and broke out Spain.
    In short, not only shared language: we share people, mostly good people and we are not about to discriminate against anyone, because they welcomed all, welcomed us all with love and today we are all, and we are one.

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