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Rights of disabled in Sao Paulo

Some pedestrians cannot see cars rushing at high speed at dangerous intersections. One of them is Dorina de Gouvea Noville. At the age of 17 she lost her sight and since then she fought for the rights of the visually impaired. Dorina sees helping others as her mission, so she created a charitable foundation and every day does everything possible to make the life of people with visual impairments easier and brighter.

A scout Carolina Cardoso organized a movement that distributes masks to those in need. During a pandemic, thinking about each other is especially important.

Mila Vellela, chairman of the Museum of Modern Art in Sao Paulo, has been bringing art to the masses for 24 years. She enlightens and enriches people internally. Free of charge and with a soul.

Video source: Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação