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Foto ilustra várias crianças brincando com carrinhos de madeira, onde uma puxa o carrinho e outra fica em cima.
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Location: Alto Santa Maria – Espírito Santo Fernando lives in the hills of the state of Espírito Santo but he speaks Pomeranian better than he speaks Portuguese. The children in this region spend one week in school and the next helping their parents plant and harvest vegetables and grains. Since he was little, he has […]

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Foto de crianças brincando em volta de uma barraca.
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We visited the house of Mr. Levi Roger on a sunny Sunday, when he was hosting friends and family, as they do every Sunday. To gather a group of children of various age groups without a defined purpose and with space for them to do what they want is enough for childhood’s imagination to show […]

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Foto de um homem de barba.
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Check out some excerpts of our interview with Prof. Dr. Paulo César Scarim, geographer at the Espírito Santo Federal University (UFES), about family agriculture, child labor and learning from the perspective of peasant farmer. “The notion of child labor comes from an urban perspective, that is, it has a direct relationship to specialized labor. For […]

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Foto de um desfile onde, pessoas estão em cima de uma caminhonete azul.
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Every year the town of Santa Maria de Jetibá organizes its traditional Pomeranian Festival. To hold a festival that celebrates the traditions of these people is a natural consequence of the local culture, where 88% of the population is Pomeranian and you hear the language being spoken among children and adults, where businesses prefer to […]

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Foto de dois garotos correndo, eles descem um morro.
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The children in Alto Santa Maria take part in their parents’ work on the farm from an early age. Babies even have a cradle on wheels to so they can be next to their parents while they work. When they get a little older they get their own hoe and with it learn the movements […]

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Foto de um senhor e um garoto, sentados eles tocam sanfona.
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How do children learn traditions? How do they follow the rhythms of the life and culture of a people? Normally, they learn with those who know, they learn by doing, creating bonds with doing as they do. We witnessed an example of this in the way the children of Santa Maria de Jetibá learn to […]

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Foto de um homem e uma mulher coletando legumes de uma plantação, uma criança está dentro de uma carriola de verduras um pouco mais ao longe.
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Our first stop on the trip: the community of Alto Santa Maria. This is a Pomeranian community settled on the slopes of the hills in the municipality of Santa Maria de Jetibá, in the state of Espírito Santo. Approximately 1500 people live here, with an estimated 90% being of Pomeranian descent, and they cling tightly […]

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