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

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[After the Aguilar wedding ceremony]
[After the Aguilar wedding ceremony]
Photo caption, written by Esther Aguilar: "Francisco Javier and Guadalupe Aguilar after their wedding ceremony on January 3, 2005. They are on their way to their reception with to celebrate with family and friends.", 142-39
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[A.V.I.D. class at Paso Robles High School]
[A.V.I.D. class at Paso Robles High School]
Photo caption, written by Maria Campoverde: "At Paso Robles High school during A.V.I.D. class. A.V.I.D. stands for 'Advancement Via Individual Determination.' It is a class that prepares us for college. I sit at this table and talk with my friends.", 142-16
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[Amrica]
[Amrica]
The photographer's cousin, Amrica who is kicking the ball during their soccer game at Sherwood Field in Paso Robles. Their team is called The Monarchs. The name reminds them of Mxico because Michoacans symbol is the butterfly. Esmerelda says she and Amrica represent Michoacn here in the United States, 142-01
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[Felipe Aguilar Isidro]
[Felipe Aguilar Isidro]
Photo caption, written by Mariano Aguilar, Jr.: "My 86 year-old [g]randfather Felipe Aguilar Isidro is celebrating with the Tarepeti [the elder] is one of the cuprite dancers who lead the other dancers in the competition. The Tarepeti is also a symbol of the Purhpecha indigenous heritage of San Juan Nuevo.", 142-33

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