12 December 2006

We Want Peace Where We Live

To comemorate the National Weekend Against Violence Against Women, the University sponsored an art exhibit with the theme of domestic violence and peace in Colombia. I was especially drawn to this collection of works done by school children, which speak to the Colombian situation from the perspective of the most innocent victims. I also love the optimism and wisdom the children display.

To see more photos of the art, check out my Flickr account.

We Want Peace


What is Violence to Me? Violence is what the Guerrilla Do With Us.

It's Never Too Late to Begin Again

Abandonded House! For the Violence Where We Live. We Want Peace!

1 Comments:

Anonymous Belz said...

Found this blog through stumbleupon. I think it's great that you leaved a mark on these kids and families with the work you've done. Hope you come back on day to colombia.

Daniel.
http://wegoo.wordpress.com

PS: I'll come back to read your experiences with immigrants in the us /mex border.

Cheers

Thursday, December 14, 2006 12:13:00 PM  

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