I go to the lower-city Salvador neighborhood of Uruguai at least three times a week. Lately, I’ve been meeting really interesting people to interview, and these interviews are forming a larger project I’m working on: Women in the Workplace. Interviews give a person’s story or history that would go otherwise unheard a chance to resurface. I’ve been hearing about such fascinating lives with stories I would never hear otherwise.
This video is about a Carnaval parade tradition in the neighborhood. Despite the extremely strong sun, a lot of people from the community came out to participate. Enjoy the video!
Photos from the day here!