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We also recommend this  New York Times blog post  that includes striking photojournalism on the Chocó region.


PBS Special: The War We Are Living

Watch The War We Are Living on PBS. See more from Women War and Peace.

 "If you ask Colombia’s city dwellers and governing political class, they’ll tell you the country’s 40-year-old civil war is over. But The War We Are Living reveals the “other” Colombia, in rural areas far away from the capital, where the war is all too real – and now the battle is over gold. In Cauca, a mountainous region in Colombia’s Pacific southwest, two extraordinary Afro-Colombian women are fighting to hold onto the gold-rich land that has sustained their community through small-scale mining for centuries. Clemencia Carabali and Francia Marquez are part of a powerful network of female leaders who found that in wartime women can organize more freely than men. As they defy paramilitary death threats and insist on staying on their land, Carabali and Marquez are standing up for a generation of Colombians who have been terrorized and forcibly displaced as a deliberate strategy of war. If they lose the battle, they and thousands of their neighbors will join Colombia’s 4 million people – most of them women and children – who have been uprooted from their homes and livelihoods."

Narrated by Alfre Woodard. Read more about this special here.

Explosión Negra, Madre Selva


Choc Quib Town, De donde vengo yo


San Pacho, Las Fiestas Franciscanas de Quibdó