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EARTHQUAKE MURALS OF MORELOS CHILDREN ADORN THE SENATE IN MEXICO CITY


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Magnificent, vivid and stark murals  painted by children of the towns of Jojutla and Tetela in Morelos State, so badly affected by the September earthquakes, are now displayed at a large exhibition in the nation's  Senate in Mexico City.

These murals vividly depict the destruction and sadness of these natural disasters, but also hope and the determination to rebuild structures and also lives.

Fourteen year old Iliana Barrera Jimenez described the Crimson Rose she painted with the aim of portraying beauty.

The expression through this art is an important part of the Scholas Program in Mexico. Foundation President for Mexico Hector Sulaiman said the earthquakes have wrought grave consequences, and it has prompted this action from young people. It represents the fear and the pain, but also their courage.

World Boxing Council President Mauricio said the murals are an important part of the reconstruction for the future, in a physical and psychological sense.

Senate President Ernesto Cordero applauded the youngsters reminding everyone that some families in Morelos had lost everything, and he stressed the determination to rebuild lives.

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