Survivors of the continent's oldest armed conflict: Colombia
This photographic essay is about the survivors of the continent's oldest armed conflict, who, despite the war-called guerrilla, paramilitary and even state-can tell their stories of uprooting, pain, abandonment and hope. His reports of losses, displacement and even torture are more effusive today, as the country begins to listen to its victims, while timid peace appears and attention is focused on bureaucratic relations between government and FARC-EP. From El Carmen de Bolivar, one of the most convulsed areas of the region in times of combat, to Colosó, Sucre, where at first sight there are no traces of that bitter and recent era, the war wreaked havoc. These images are your prints.
Survivors are the victims, survivors are their stories. Survivors are the villages and their legends.