In 1967, a young girl left Africa and arrived in Spain. He was part of the first generation of immigrants who walked the streets of Barcelona and Andorra. She left her roots behind and struggled to find peace while in the diaspora and dying in 2010. Her name was Marina. Marina was my mother, and although she was African, for her own reasons, she never told me about my roots. In 2010, after his death, I started a journey through art, to discover my roots. Being a mestizo woman has been an important journey towards the discovery of my identity. This is an incredible journey that even today I cross ...
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