For two years, Clemencia Rodríguez did fieldwork in regions of Colombia where leftist guerillas, right-wing paramilitary groups, the army, and drug traffickers made their presence felt in the lives of unarmed civilians. Here, Rodríguez tells the story of how these civilians use community radio, television, video, digital photography, and the Internet to shield their communities from armed violence’s negative impacts.
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