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This coverage was made at the second anniversary of CumanBreak, a Community School of Break Dance in Quito. The project is currently being developed at the Cumandá Urban Park, at downtown Quito. In this area converges a population from different social strata, different realities of the city or rural areas as well as migrants from other countries. In this diversity, the Hip Hop culture found a niche for many young people who inhabit this space of the city. The school is open to the general public and is free of charge.
The photos were published on the platform LaTecla-R and the video was produced for the HispanoPost portal.