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Aguas Frías: Caminando por las Microcuencas

Description: Pamphlet showcases the Agua Frías community. Local youth groups are very active in making a difference and helping out neighbors. The elders of the community gather weekly in order to reflect and talk about their younger days. A page is dedicated to the hardworking woman of Aguas Frías who work the fields.
Date: unknown
Creator: Alcaldía de Medellín
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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Altavista Central

Description: Pamphlet describing life and tourism in Altavista. The annual kite festival, Festival de las Cometas, has about 5,00 attendees every year. Altavista also hosts a multicultural festival, where residents celebrate their oldest traditions. Heritage tours are also available for those who are interested in knowing the real Altavista.
Date: unknown
Creator: Alcaldía de Medellín
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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Altavista Rincón de la Historia Local

Description: Text provides some historical information about the town of Altavista. Some family members of the town's founders are still alive and give a few statements. A section in the text also discusses the youth of Altavista, where some want to follow their dreams and others end up joining local gangs.
Date: unknown
Creator: Montoya Piedrahíta, Catalina
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute

[Altavista's Cultural Week]

Description: Photograph of people enjoying Altavista's Cultural Week. Two people are dressed in cultural clothing below the sign. Some people are enjoying the festivities from balconies while others are walking through the street.
Date: unknown
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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Camino de Guaca: Corregimiento de Altavista

Description: Pamphlet describing the Guaca road in Altavista. It shows various points of interest along the route of Guaca. Lists festivals and events that take place along Guaca. The pamphlet also provides information that highlights the historical significance of this road.
Date: unknown
Creator: Grupo de Vigias del Patrimonio de Altavista
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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Ciudad Rural

Description: This journal was a monthly publication in Medellín. It contains six articles that cover, expanding urbanization, local farmers, and a developing hospital. An advertisement page showcases local businesses and services.
Date: July 2007
Creator: Antonio Rodriguez Marenco; Jose Fernando Betancur & Marta Isabel Gómez
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute

[Cleaning up the Neighborhood]

Description: Photograph of neighbors coming together to clean up the streets. A man is carrying a large bundle of sticks and branches. A girl is holding a broom and is cleaning up after him. A pile of trash bags is set aside and a woman seems to be giving people instructions.
Date: unknown
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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[Clipping: Altavista: Desarrollo color Ladrillo]

Description: Newspaper clipping describes the process and plans for developing Altavista. Community leaders took it upon themselves to do something for their town to improve living conditions. They hope to attract people through ecological tourism and their art.
Date: unknown
Creator: Ciudad Rural
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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[Clipping: Altavista, Desarrollo color Ladrillo]

Description: Newspaper clipping describes the Comité Communitario de Desarrollo Integral, a local committee that reviews each sector of Altavista and works on a specialized development plan for each area. San Antonio de Prado has become a tourist attraction, captivating people with breathtaking views of nature.
Date: unknown
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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[Clipping: Asesinaron a un Chivero en Belén Rincón]

Description: Newspaper clipping describes the murder of a goatkeeper in Belén Rincón. The man was driving down a street when he was shot several times. Police have ruled out the possibility of the event being a robbery, the victim's wallet and other items of value were untouched. The newpaper clipping also reports that two bodies have been found in Rio Porce.
Date: unknown
Creator: Lozano Perafán, Diana
Partner: Castleberry Peace Institute
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