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Larry Towell - NICARAGUA.
NICARAGUA. Managua. 1984. Stopping while washing laundry by hand in a sink, a woman cools off her parrot on a blistering summer day.
NICARAGUA. Managua 1984. Augusto Cesar SANDINO, in poster at left, and George WASHINGTON, on the $1 bill - Fathers of Revolution.
NICARAGUA. Managua. 1984. A mother and child sit at their working-class kitchen table under images of CHE and the Last Supper. Greatly influenced by liberation
NICARAGUA. Nueva Segovia. Santa Cruz Potato Cooperative. 1984. A young girl attends a meeting of peasant potatoe farmers in a farm cooperative building. Campesi
NICARAGUA. Nueva Segovia. Santa Cruz Potato Cooperative. 1984. A member of the local civil defense militia guards against the invading U.S.-backed counterrevolu
NICARAGUA. Solentiname Islands. 1984. A Nicaraguan child soldier stands inside a Catholic church against invading U.S.-backed Contra counter revolutionaries. So...
NICARAGUA. Solentname Islands. 1984. A child trains in the local civil defence militia against invading U.S.-backed Contra counter-revolutionaries.
NICARAGUA. Solentiname Islands. 1984. A campesino peasant winnows wheat by hand with a fan and a coconut shell. The Solentiname Islands in Lake Nicaragua became
NICARAGUA. Solentiname Islands. 1984. A child trains in the local civil defence militia against invading U.S.-backed Contra counter-revolutionaries.
NICARAGUA. Solentiname Islands. 1984. Civil defense militia in a local community. The militia was against invading U.S.-backed Contra counterrevolutionaries. So...
NICARAGUA. Solentiname Islands. 1984. A woman and child train with a local defence militia against invading Contras, the U.S.-backed counter-revolutionaries.
NICARAGUA. Managua. 1984. A poor Nicaraguan woman with a machete walks by a pre-revolutionary billboard that reads, "One Step More Toward Elegance." The billboa
NICARAGUA. Managua. 1984. A guard stands inside the U.S. Embassy gate during the years of the U.S. government's covert - and then overt - funding of the Contra
NICARAGUA. Lake Nicaragua. 1984. A mother breastfeeds her baby while sitting on a hammock as they cross Lake Nicaragua from Grananda to San Carlos during the Co