Beating poverty: two pupils at the Dida Escola de Musica

31st March 1995 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Beating poverty: two pupils at the Dida Escola de Musica set up for young women living in a predominantly poor black area of Salvador di Bahia in Brazil. The school is unique for its first all-woman drumming band in the city and for its devotion to female advancement, education and the raising of women's consciousness

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