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Bee Mine
Fearless Flight.
Ocean bubbles during sunrise
Yaquina Head Lighthouse
Sunrise over Myrtle Beach
Stormy Reflecting Pool
Two Generations
Morning Ritual
The followers of lord Jagannath
Happy Holi
Yamdrok Lake - Tibet
Learning to learn
Stove note
Handmade Hergla pots, Tunisia
Bird saluting the American flag
Bath relief
Family
Eyes closed tight
A waterskiier at sunset on Big Lake, Three Lakes, WI.
Under Pressure
A boat among the fog.
Clouds over Goldsboro
abandoned homestead in Missouri
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Learning to learn

Kalungas are descendants of escaped slaves who settled in remote and difficult areas to reach. These ancestral lands are called quilombos. Its residents have low education but literacy has already reached children. Quilombolas have a problem like integration with indigenous peoples in Brazil. Until they reach the condition of the same, the road will be long .

TAGS: Brazil, Discovery, Learning

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Date Taken: 05.2014
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