Against discrimination and violence

By: Jindriska Mayorga Polanco.

As part of URACCAN's 25th anniversary activities and in commemoration of Student Day, the Center for Multi-Ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM), in coordination with institutional commissions against violence, awarded, during the Second Festival of Art and Culture, the young women who participated in the student arts competition against discrimination and violence.

The competition was organized in two phases, first, each Enclosure participated in the categories of painting, poetry, singing and storytelling, a selection was made according to the criteria, then the winners participated at the level of the 4 Enclosures, resulting as winners, Deglis Urbina del, Recinto Las Minas, in the category of painting, who reflected in her painting as the woman has been violent.

The Bilwi Campus won in two categories, which correspond to poetry and singing. In poetry she won Katia Muller, student of the Career Cultural Management, who titled her poem "I Decide for Love" and in singing, won the young Brayan Selvinias, with the title "Do not live in violence".

Finally, in the story category won a young man from the Bluefields Campus, who was inspired to write "Lost Humanity".