The Crazy Dolores Cacuango

"The Crazy" Dolores Cacuango was an indigenous rebel who fought for education, land, women and the indigenous people. She rescued the identity of her people, from whom they detached, with repudiation and mistreatment, their rights and their language.

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October 9, 1820, Independence of Guayaquil

Inspired by the revolutionary movements brewing around America, in 1814 José de Antepara, José Joaquín Olmedo and José de Villamil arrived in Guayaquil to promulgate among the people of Guayaquil, not only rooting for a change in authorities, but to change the political and social structure of America.

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Norilsk: a city built by forced labor

"The northernmost city in the world" is in Russia, a mining community built on bones. Covered by snow most of the year, with a 40-day polar night without sun, the lenses of different cameras save the beauty of a north completely contaminated by the ambition of mining.

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