Young people have undertaken a series of jobs as a result of training workshops received in human rights, social values, appropriation and management of the media. Just as there are superheroes in Hollywood movies, they have also wanted to become superheroes to combat violence against women and children; to protect the environment polluted by the exploitation of coal and to promote in the communities the peaceful resolution of conflicts through dialogue and reconciliation.
In a puppet show they show the anguish, as young people, of seeing their lives wasted in coal mining, exposed to many dangers and diseases. In another play, they expose the reality of machismo and discrimination in which women live in those territories. All these artistic works seek to motivate the inhabitants of the communities not to resign themselves to accepting the type of life that has been imposed on them, not to lose hope in the possibility of transforming their lives and the patriarchal culture that today dominates in the region.
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