L’association Chercheurs d’Autres, anchored in Occitania and Guyana, presents at the Jardins du Muséum the crossed views of two photographers, David Damoison and Jean-Marc Aspe. This photographic exhibition is accompanied by a sound tour by Pierre Selvini and an educational booklet written by Juliette Guaveïa and Marie Fleury on the practice of Puu Baaka. The Bushi Kondé Sama (Bushinengués or Black Maroons) live in the heart of the Amazon rainforest in French Guyana. Deported to the Americas in the 18th century, these enslaved men and women took refuge in the deep forest, especially on the edge of the Maroni. The...
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