An Afro-Colombian female student paints a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia. An Afro-Colombian female student paints a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia.
Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia. Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia.
Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia. Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia.
Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia. Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia.
Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia. Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia.
An Afro-Colombian female student paints a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia. An Afro-Colombian female student paints a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia.
Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia. Afro-Colombian female students paint a society and environment-related mural on a school wall in Quibdó, Colombia.

Afro-Colombian mural art

Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia – October 2019

Supervised by a Bogotan street artist named Guache, a group of young activists from Chocó department created a large artwork called “Somos Atrato” (“We are [the river] Atrato”) celebrating the Afro-Colombian heritage and accenting the inherent link between the communities and the river Atrato in the Pacific region of Colombia.

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