What our children ask about (this) war, what we respond

Photo: Ximena Escobar, Idomeni Refugee Camp, Children drawing what they saw, 2016

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I write, as an attempt to sort it all out. I volunteer in prison, advice on impact and run the Casa Taller El Boga an arts residency in Mompox, Colombia

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I write, as an attempt to sort it all out. I volunteer in prison, advice on impact and run the Casa Taller El Boga an arts residency in Mompox, Colombia

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