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Like all megacity, Buenos Aires surprises at every step . Of course a rapper has nothing surprising, nowadays. But on the subway there is one particular good: he raps against child labour and its mafias and goes for solidarity .
His name is Pablo Carballo . He climbs with his beanie, as a good rapper, and his stereo. Aware that they can go find him from the mafias that drive the street kids . He doesn't care. Also aware that people are very indifferent to them. Give them a couple of coins to get them off. They avoid getting involved in something they're already involved. Avoid seeing. They avoid real solidarity.
Four years ago he created an NGO called “ Look me in the face ”. That's what he needs when he raps. What he wants when he sings to a boy exploited by child labour.
He says kids don't have to give money or leave the prints or whatever they sell . That's more encouraging child labour. That helps the mafias. Seek solidarity.
But since that doesn't end helping, you can get a little involved . It doesn't need to be as much as Paul does. Collaborating with your NGO is something . I know that inside child labour is not as severe as in Buenos Aires. That there aren't so many mafias. But you can collaborate the same from your province.
He's a perverse evil. That no one wants for their own son. But it would be nice not to want it or at least promote it for poor boys . As President Macri says: " Neither can the rich live in a country of poor ”.
The first: collaborate in an event on June 12. Search it on Facebook :
Need : Volunteering, Sponsor for T-shirts, Chops and Caps, Brochure Sponsor, Photographers, Street Artists
The NGO also needs : clothing, men's slippers for winter, colostomy bag CD 6300, gray cardboard, 1500 gr 2mm thickness 2 mm, A4 sheets, automatic circle puncher for working paper with 6 tips of various sizes (1.5 to 4 mm), 2 extra flat cutter, cutting base, folding machine for folding paper, fabrics, glue and threads for binding.
And you can deposit at Banco Ciudad CBU 01108239930082301356829
Get involved. Collaborate. In solidarity we can banish child labour .
Publication Date: 17/05/2019
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