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"Statue of Liberty": the mother of dreamers

The national symbol that became a global representation of freedom

The "Statue of Liberty", located in New York, is possibly one of the world's most recognizable landmarks. Its magnitude transcended borders and time when it was solidified as a global symbol of freedom, hope, and democracy.

Photo: Jewish children, fleeing Nazi persecution, greet the Statue on board of the S.S. Harding — Via




The aim of this publication is to learn from our history and culture in order to understand the dynamics of politics and improve the current state of movements for feminism, racism, and LGBTQ

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Beatriz Freitas

Beatriz Freitas

Brazilian. Third-year medical student. Love arts and social science.

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