For Martine Barrat photographer, to return to La Goutte d’Or each time she came back to Paris, it was a joy meeting with friends again. The joy of seeing children grow up, who often introduced her to their new friends and they all enjoyed themselves together! She discovered and learned how to make a fire at the bottom of the big wall. The children knew a lot and were happy to teach her. And then, there was Patrick, loved by all the children. He worked for the city of Paris. Martine remembers him holding his little girl in his arms,...
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