Afrodescendant Group of Venezuela’s National Institute of Women Make Contact with Remote Community

Outsiders rarely visit Quebrada Fo Fa, an Afrodescendant community some 30 kilometers of unpaved road away from the main highway between Caracas and the better known coastal towns of Barlovento. On May 22, staff from the Afrodescendant Group of the National Institute of Women (INAMUJER), based in Caracas,  travelled to Quebrada Fo Fa  to establish ties with community members there.

By Arlene Eisen – Venezuelanalysis.com

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From left to right: Yeisenia Soto, Gisela León and school staff. Photo by Arlene Eisen
From left to right: Yeisenia Soto, Gisela León and school staff. Photo by Arlene Eisen
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