Photographs by Graciela Iturbide.
Punctum Press, Rome, 2006. 40 pp., 12 black & white illustrations, 6¼x6¼".
During the winter of 2006 Graciela Iturbide spent twelve days in Mozambique documenting the battles of the local women against AIDS and for the rebirth of their country, and the new generation of young people and children.
The Mexican photographer met both normal and extraordinary people; she saw a country that reminded in many ways her of her native Mexico; she felt unease and peace; and she fell in love with that country and its people fighting for their future. This, and much more besides, is revealed by “Dodici Giorni”, a book published with the support of the Community of Sant'Egidio, which has laid the bases in Mozambique for the DREAM-Sant’Egidio project, the global programme for the treatment of AIDS.
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