The Barefoot College sent French and Canadian photographer and filmmaker Varial* to document the lives of 15 indigenous women from 5 countries in Latin America throughout the electrification process: preparing to leave for this incredible journey, a 6-month training period in India, returning to their communities and electrifying more than 100 homes. The majority of the communities are indigenous and several have survived persecution and genocide with the majority of survivors currently living an impoverished existence. 

 

DOÑA LUZ - Stories of Latin America Solar Mamas

tells the story not only of forgotten people, survivors of genocide, victims of oil exploitation and marginalized communities, but also of ambassadors of faith and courage.

DOÑA LUZ

 

is available in 3 languages, English, Spanish and French.

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Category : Education, History, Arts & Photography Books

8×10 in, 20×25 cm, 290 pages

18 chapters, 290 photographs

THE BOOK DOÑA LUZ + free E-book

THE BOOK DOÑA LUZ + free E-book

$60.00Price
 

PRINTS

18 Photographs have been curated and selected to create a unique collection of limited and signed Archival Prints framed on Dibond.

Prices start at 200$

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