A group of Emberá women make beaded jewelry. After being driven from their traditional lands and settling in the outskirts of the city of Quibdó, they found themselves without means of support. Now they make their traditional jewelry and sell it in Bogota, 500 miles away.
Location: Quibdó, Colombia
Photographer: Graciela Iturbide
Source: Image from the Annenberg Space for Photography’s REFUGEE Exhibition
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