Vic Hinterlang Photojournalist

10/27/2021 12:09:11 AM

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Welcome to Guajoyo, San Vicente, El Salvador.

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A song of welcome in the Catholic church.

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A Mothers' Day game was among the welcoming activities.

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Guajoyo pots and pans.

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Julio, a former guerilla, sings an after dinner "cancion de combate" about a battle he was in when he was 19.

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Miriam waters her garden in the morning.

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Miriam and her daughter share a moment washing clothes at the pila.

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Miriam cooking corn for lunch.

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Darwin, one of the high school students Austin helps, tries to crank the gasoline engine at the corn mill, one of the projects Austin supports.

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Marta and Catie, an Austin - Guajoyo volunteer living in Guajoyo for a year, collect mangoes in Marta's yard.

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John and Jennifer, two of the Austin delegation members, check out the new well, an hour's walk from Guajoyo.

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FMLN chicken coop.

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At the Sunday afternoon soccer game.

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Taking a pila bath.

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A farewell dance by students at the Guajoyo School.

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The communal bakery in San Jose las Flores, Chalatenango, the original sister city with Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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Weighing flour.

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Nelson, the principal of the San Jose las Flores School, points out a display in the form of a book that reads, from left: "We were born here." "Popular education and solidarity at the service of the community."

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Grinding corn in San Jose las Flores.