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Dulcinéia Catadora II
Dulcinéia Catadora II

By Eminéia Silva Santos. Translated by Ana Frankenberg-García e Alex Flynn     When I arrived from Bahia I was just five years old. I came with my parents and I’ve been working with recycling ever since. I learned that there’s no such thing as waste, only people who don’t know how to recycle. I see […]

Dulcinéia Catadora I
Dulcinéia Catadora I

By Andréia Emboava. Translated by Ana Frankenberg-García and Alex Flynn São Paulo 2018 OK! My name is Andréia. I was born in São Paulo, the state capital. I have been involved in recycling since I was a kid, my grandfather was a waste picker, my father is a waste picker and so how could I […]