This book collects perspectives of women concerning different themes, relating them to the COVID-19 pandemic. Childhood, city, race, abortion, dictatorship and children, African-based religions and indigenous societies are some of the addressed themes. Female researchers and teachers in their practices and writings get together with “coletivos periféricos” (lit. peripheric collectives) and compose the work, amplifying it.
The goal of this research was to get to know the uses of the urban space, on the central region of São Paulo, with kids that attend a Municipal Pre-School, EMEI (in Portuguese, Escola Municipal de Educação Infantil), located on República Square. Walkings, drawings and photographs were the elements that composed the adopted methodology.
Julia Audi Feigenblatt
The goal of this ethnographic research was to understand the life of bolivian kids through conversations, drawings, photographs and staying during weekends at Kantuta Square, an important point of relations among bolivians in São Paulo city.
The goal of this research was to get to know and analyze the daily life of second generation Bolivian children and families in São Paulo, their dreams and moving dreams from women living in Prestes Maia Occupation.Maia.
Ana Carolina Batista Farias
The goal of the author was toof understand relations between children and their drawings concerning the ethic-racial relations from an EMEI located on the periphery of São Paulo city. Skin color, delineates and hair are cultural elements observed.
Beatriz Bitu Boss
The goal of this research was to think about the dynamics established in the city and in the art as from the artistic graphic production of adults and children. The graphic elements in public space are considered.