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My angle

Dear friends of dreams, this production leaves me with tears in his eyes and the certainty of having to speak to the world.

My angle the pain of the mothers who had their children run by a stray bullet from police in clashes between police and criminals in the favelas.

I searched the internet about the case of families who have had this problem and found that several children were killed by a stray bullet.

A friend told me about a "network that supports the technical way with these families. I went to the" Network "and did an interview with one of the members.

I contacted a historian who is in another country, Chile, and did an interview on Skype, she sent me various materials. She is releasing a book that also addresses this issue.

I got a lot of material, selected so as not to escape the angle.

As for the theme, I wanted to use an image to materialize the pain of loss and found a piece of art that inspired me.


ikirimat's picture

Please Go Ahead

I am anxious to read your full story. I think this kind of story can be so impactful to those affected and those who never thought this as a serious problem

Grace Ikirimat

"It takes the hammer of persistence to drive the nail of success."

amiesissoho's picture

More on Angle

happy new year! You can also put a positive note to your angle and demnonstrate how you and others who have experienced pain are able to overcome it and move on. It could be alearning point for other women to learn about coping and surving pain. good luck.


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