A short film by Cindy Marroquin, Felisa Alvares and Ana-Karen de León made during the 2011 Voces de Cambio Visual Storytelling Workshop, an 8-week video production course held in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
This video looks at the issue of pollution, how clandestine dumps are impacting the quality of life around Quetzaltenango, and how improved recycling programs along with a change in public attitude can help make a huge difference in people's lives, and for the life of the planet.
Voces de Cambio (Voices of Change) is an after-school program for young women with the goal of creating a supportive and creative environment where our participants can begin to challenge deeply ingrained and destructive social norms that preclude them from contributing to the development of a just and democratic society.
This video is covered under a Create Commons Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share Alike license. This means you free to copy, distribute and share this video as long as you credit Voces de Cambio. No commercial usage, please.
For more information on our program visit us at vocesdecambio.org