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Latin Americans Dreams (38 pics)

Posted in Pictures   15 Sep 2010   / 11412 views

These are some truly amazing black and white photos of some Latin American people. They were taken from all over Latin America from 1992 through 2007. showing the plight of the Latin American people.

I want my country to be free of political and domestic violence - Quetzaltenango, Guatemala

I wish to become a pastry chef and baker to help out my mother and my brothers - Bahia, Brazil.

I wish that my son sent me what he had promised - money. - Granada, Nicaragua.

I wish to become a lawyer - La Nina, Argentina.

Peace and social justice in the world; Peace with God; To win the lottery - Cusco, Peru

I, Paje, want my daughter to study, to defend her rights - Alagoas, Brazil

Baseball gloves for each of us, 4 gloves for the left hand and 5 gloves for the right hand- Havana, Cuba.

I wish to become a tour guide - Cusco, Peru.

Prohibit the prohibitions - Havana, Cuba.

I wish my father came back from Africa on my birthday - Havana, Cuba.

My brother dreams of studying music - Yavi, Argentina

To buy my mother's house - Antigua, Guatemala.

I dream of one day returning home - Medellin, Colombia.

I want to get a rabbit and a squirrel as a gift - Chiapas, Mexico.

My dream is to have silicone breasts - Iguazu, Brazil.

To correct sight - Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

I want my mother to come for me - Maclovio Rojas, Mexico.

I want to become a football coach - Norberto de la Riestra, Argentina.

I want to marry an American - La Habana, Cuba

I want my son to become healthy - Las Quijadas, Argentina

Our dream is to cross the border, to work and earn money to provide our family that we will have - Tijuana, Mexico (border with the United States)

My dream is to die - Medellin, Colombia

I want my mother to live another 50 years - San Antonio de Areco, Argentina.

I wish I had enough money to have a baby - Altagracia, Nicaragua.

I only want one thing, that the military that killed my 10-year-old son would never come back here - Santiago de Atitlan, Guatemala.

Lots of horses - Los Conquistadores, Argentina

That our needs do not disturb our dreams - La Habana, Cuba

That my parents smile again – Medellin, Colombia

 

To have a lot of money – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

To help my children who are in the United States pay their debt to the coyote – Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

 

My wish is to see my sons prepared to face the problems of unemployment – Granada, Nicaragua

 

A long life with no sadness – Ollantaytambo, Peru.

 

Affection – Maclovio, Mexico

 

I want to be a policewoman – Maclovio Rojas, Mexico

 

Pistol – Chiapas, Mexico

 

I wish to be a poet – La Habana, Cuba

 

I wish to have my own land – Juripucio, Argentina

 







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Comments (13):

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GIGI 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
USA create much problem to world
       
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Yes yes, its all their fault. These people are too ignorant and lazy to be self deterministic, right? Is that what you're implying?
They are a sovereign people with a wealth of resources squandered by their own corruption. Human nature doesn't need America's help to fail.
       
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jd 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
usa creates much aid...usa creates much opportunity should you make it here...stop with the creating problems to the world BS. One should open their eyes to see the american people, guatamalan, mexican, russian, etc.. people aren't the problems in this world, rather their goverments and policys
       
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xenomorph 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
heartbreaking

...makes you wonder...why waste so much time creating artificial problems when there are already so many real ones...
       
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AProudLatinAmerican 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
it's not like this pictures show...of course there's people with needs like in every other part of the world...but there's also a lot of people that have studied and are pushing this countries out of all the misery their corrupt governments took us through.

I live in Argentina :)
       
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un visiteur 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
mhhh
       
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Juanpa 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
well i live in Guatemala, first the spanish conquerors slaved all these natives, then the new generation keep sleeving them, until like 100 years ago
but then USA came, they controlled the governments and still do it in some countries, they killed a lot of people controlling the national armies all over latinamerica, but some countries have succeed like cuba, venezuela and many others
youtube "tierra arrasada" and there you will find some story about Guatemala (in spanish) or "the war on democracy" (in english) for a summarize of history of latin america
when you go to the towns in the interior of the country you see this people, they dont have education, they dont speak spanish, they are afraid of other people different to them, sometimes they even kill wite/mestizo people because they tink they will be attacked again, its really sad
       
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Jersey Petey 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I enjoyed reading your opinions. I like this site. I live in the US.
       
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Peanut 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Excellent comments #2 and #3.
       
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;) 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Very sad. 23, 25, 29.. :(
       
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GOODSTUFF4U 6 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Peanut, i agree with you

outstanding post - think it will built a blog from this stuff - thanks



Heart- These dreams + Lyrics
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d15kruWc8Hg
http://www.facebook.com/goodstuff4u
       
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... 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
IGUAÇÚ - BRASIL, NOT IGUAZU
       
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Forbidden 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
these argentinians dont look argentinian more like boliviaan sure in the north we have a lot of natives but most of our country is mixed or withe just take a look on our rugby or soccer team
       














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