With Our Own Eyes / Con Nuestros Propios Ojos Documentary Photography Project

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[Paso Robles neighborhood]
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Photo caption, written by Betty Liliana Banderas Martinez: "A couple of young girls playing in my neighborhood in Paso Robles. Many people from San Juan Nuevo live in the same neighborhood. I took this photo because it reminded me of my childhood when I would always be outside playing with my old friend Rosa Antolino.", 142-04
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[Martin riding his bike]
[Martin riding his bike]
Photo caption, written by Rafael Antolino: "My little brother Martin is riding his bike outside our house in Paso Robles. He is 9 years old and he likes the same music I like. We play around and wrestle.", 142-29
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[Maritza]
[Maritza]
The photographer's sister in law Maritza getting ready to go to work at 5:30 am. Orchid and Maritza always drink coffee in the morning to get the caffeine flowing and the day started. They work at Vineyard Hills Health Center Convalescent Home, 142-02
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[Filming the Curpite dance competitions]
[Filming the Curpite dance competitions]
Photo caption, written by Jasmin Landin: "A cameraman is filming the Curpite dance competitions in San Juan Nuevo. They captured the special moments on video so we never have to forget who won or lost in the dance competitions. The videos are transported to the United States by San Juaneses who return to Paso Robles. The videos allow people [to] stay connected with the town in the in this way even if they did not have a chance to go to San Juan Nuevo.", 142-18
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