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Ashaar Ahmed, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Sarah Jewell, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Anders Hillgard, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Daniel Zhang, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Derek Wozniak, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Dylan Lu, Nora Frances Henderson Secondary School
Taya Petrovska, Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School
Houzayfa Zene, Shoot for Peace
Kaelyn Hart, Sir John A. Macdonald Secondary School
Madelyn Bockus-Murphy, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
Briar Tawse-Smith, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts
Ayanna Allen, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts

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  • The most important thing in Alvina's life were her five children, the only reason why she endured abuse from her husband, he threatened to kill them if they abandoned him.
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Hi, I'm Victoria Razo (@_victoriarazo) Mexican photographer based in Veracruz, during this week I'm going to show you the story of Alvina Salazar, a woman from La Huasteca Potosina, who suffered violence for more than 20 years inside her home.

This photographic essay was made in Coxcatlán, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, thanks to the scholarship granted by the @magentafoundation during the Boreal Bash V. See link in bio for more info.
  • "And he hit me again and again until I aborted and he stopped hitting me..." Testimony of Alvina Salazar.
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Hi, I'm Victoria Razo (@_victoriarazo) Mexican photographer based in Veracruz, during this week I'm going to show you the story of Alvina Salazar, a woman from La Huasteca Potosina, who suffered violence for more than 20 years inside her home.

This photographic essay was made in Coxcatlán, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, thanks to the scholarship granted by the @magentafoundation during the Boreal Bash V. See link in bio for more info.
  • "My daughter was born, my husband did not love her because she was a girl, she said it was not his and that she was very ugly.

One day he arrived drunk and threw the girl into the river to drown." Testimony of Alvina Salazar.
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Hi, I'm Victoria Razo (@_victoriarazo) Mexican photographer based in Veracruz, during this week I'm going to show you the story of Alvina Salazar, a woman from La Huasteca Potosina, who suffered violence for more than 20 years inside her home.

This photographic essay was made in Coxcatlán, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, thanks to the scholarship granted by the @magentafoundation during the Boreal Bash V. See link in bio for more info.