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“There are so many old folks with stories to tell. And young folks whose pride and selfhood can be nourished by them. And visitors whose appreciation can be shown in respect and sensitivity. Together, the old and the young, the heirs and the newcomers will determine the future of the Talamanca coast. If we share an understanding of its history perhaps we will all be careful to protect its natural resources and to appreciate the rights and the dignity of its people.”

“Hay muchas personas mayores con historias que contar. Y la gente joven cuyo orgullo y la identidad pueden ser alimentados por ellos. Y los visitantes cuya apreciación se pueden mostrar en el respeto y la sensibilidad. Juntos, los viejos y los jóvenes, los herederos y los recién llegados determinarán el futuro de la costa de Talamanca. Si compartimos un entendimiento de su historia tal vez todos vamos a tener cuidado de proteger sus recursos naturales y de apreciar los derechos y la dignidad de su pueblo .”

Foreword, “What Happen” by Paula Palmer (1977)

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a participatory storytelling and research project in Caribe Sur, Costa Rica – un proyecto participativa de narración e investigación en Caribe Sur, Costa Rica