194. Money Buys the Choices in Life
Why do people with great ideas and intent to become an individual at the service of their community usually see their plans maimed by the lack of money, whereas the opposite often happens with people with sufficient resources? How can we equalize the playing field for all individuals to have a real ability to choose the life that they want for themselves?
Discussing the Documentary “De tres… uno” (Of three… one)
Director: Eloi Antonio Chávez Carreño (México, 2012)
Sinopsis: “Evelia works in a stationary business to make enough money for her family. Andres saw himself obligated to abandon his studies in order to work; Tony struggles to keep studying and achieve his dreams. They have two things in common: their parents are peasants and part of their lives meets at the CECYT, a high school of which its technical careers do not correspond to the rural reality of the community. These young men and women had no other option but to choose this education, so frustrations around their rural reality emerge as they realize that life is not providing the necessary opportunities to grow as an individual”
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