“As I reflect on the images in Fatherland, I am reminded of how important it is for these photographs, spaces, and names to be recorded. Not only as evidence of the acts of cruelty trans women and LGBTQ-identifying people in Peru are exposed to, the violence with which we are treated … but also how these projects help us to be able to expose our feelings, our situation, our love, and also have the opportunity to make our struggle known …” – Leyla Huerta Castillo, Director Féminas Perú While Peru’s landscape is often celebrated for its rich history and lush beauty,...
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