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When I went it was quite a strange experience. The general impression I had from Nicaragua was that everybody was waiting for something. And it was waiting for something that they were going to do.
Increasingly I felt that the kind of pictures I was taking gave maybe a small clue as to the texture of their lives, but very little. Not going on in the world of events, but going on in terms of how people were feeling.
Memorial honoring student martyrs who were killed in the attack on the market. Managua, June "No me voy ni me van I'll neither go nor be driven out. Ruled by the Somoza family since Land: Endemic malaria, tuberculosis, typhoid, and gastroenteritis.
Of every 1, children born, died. Of every 10 deaths, 6 were caused by infectious diseases, which are curable. National Guard on duty. Matagalpa, "An unarmed people's war is nothing like a military coup. It is a war of attrition, long and silent. Thousands of its actions remain unknown. The news tells only of those that are most important.
This is not something that started with these last offensives. We who live this struggle know that day by day there are confrontations, something happens. It is a long history, like building a house, stone by stone Died in combat May 28,in Jinotega. Paramilitary forces, an extension of the National Guard, search for weapons.
One day I was driving on the outskirts of Managua when I smelled something. It was a very steep hill, and as I got closer to the top the odor overwhelmed me. I looked out and saw a body and stopped to photograph it. I don't know how long it had been there, but long enough for the vultures to have eaten half of it.
I shot two frames, I think, one in color and one in black and white, then got out. The images I made of the body were powerful partly because of the contrast with the beauty of the landscape. For me [the photo] was the link to understanding why the people of Nicaragua were so outraged.
They simply could not account for what they saw. The dictatorship must answer. I no longer go to parties. I appear and disappear. For twenty years I have lived as I pleased and spent wildly while thousands of children, the sons of peasants and workers, suffered hunger, and died of malnutrition or in need of medical care.
Our country is full of misery and backwardness. All Nicaraguans have the sacred mission to fight for the freedom of our people. Our generation is doing what past generations should have done. Injustice and crime reign in the enslaved Nicaragua you have left us. We do not want our children to accuse us of the same thing.
The stench of the Somoza regime has become unbearable to the young. If our parents learned to live with this rotten government, we are prepared to risk our lives to put an end to it. I am going to the mountains, where the patriots, the honest human beings, those who are willing to sacrifice everything for their people, can be found.Click on a course to see details about the course on top and compare it to others.
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