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Best of Latin America
Comment les jeunes femmes d’Latin America définissent-elles leur génération? La meilleure réponse à cette question que vous puissiez trouver se trouve ici ! Venez lire dix histoires phénoménales de cette région qui ont conquis vos cœurs et vos esprits au cours des deux années du projet Imagining Ourselves.

Installez-vous confortablement, relaxez-vous et imprégnez-vous du meilleur du meilleur. Ensuite, élisez un gagnant, connectez-vous, rejoignez la conversation et votez pour choisir vos trois histoires préférées. Votez avant le jeudi 27 décembre et vérifiez au cours du mois si votre favori est en tête. N’oubliez pas d’inviter votre famille, vos amis et vos collaborateurs. Faites-en une affaire personnelle ! Que le meilleur gagne!

Nous annoncerons les résultats le 28 décembre, les gagnants entreront dans l’histoire grâce au Best Of d’Imagining Ourselves et figureront dans les Archives de l’Exposition dès le 1er janvier 2008. Certes, le projet Imagining Ourselves se termine, mais vos histories favorites résonneront pour les jeunes femmes des générations à venir.
Helena Bulaja
I am amazed by the incredible photography, art, video art and poetry that is coming from Latin America. Here, in the Best of Latin America, you are not only given an opportunity to witness the work of 10 inspiring young female Latin American artists and compare and contrast their work, but you're also able to learn, through comparison, what today's young Latin American women are thinking, feeling, obsessing about, passionate about, fighting for, and yearning for.

Come and vote for your favorites! But don't forget to tell us what these 10 stories tell you about young Latin American women!
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Brenda Jiménez
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 2:13 PM
Thanks everyone for your support. Don´t really know what else to say... for once.
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Helena Bulaja
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 11:18 AM
... : ) I agree a bra does not make the women....!..CONGRATULATIONS!
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Imagining Ourselves Team
Etats Unis
Posted on Friday, December 28, 2007 11:13 AM
Congratulations to Brenda Jiménez! A bra does not make the woman wins Best of Latin America.
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Imagining Ourselves Team
Etats Unis
Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2007 11:25 AM
Thank you all for your votes. Voting is now closed. Please check back on December 28th for the winners.
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Carlos Sánchez
République Dominicaine
Posted on Tuesday, December 25, 2007 9:30 PM
Potasa. 100% Relaxer. Great and refreshing way to express a part of our society that can lead to many other problems.
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bruno jimenez
Posted on Monday, December 24, 2007 11:36 AM
How can something so simplebe of great complication? I love your work.
Best Regards.
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Helena Bulaja
Posted on Friday, December 14, 2007 12:53 PM
I am so touched and impressed with the story "Mayan Women"...I don't know, but it just makes me think about many things in my place, Croatia, that is just about to become part of EU, what is great from one side, but truly frightening form the other....

it is such a shame that today "western" world making such a hard and difficult and uniforming "life -stile" rules that is actually forcing people like Rainbow Mayan Women to be shamed of their beautiful tradition that is beyond anything what the "western" "rich" world can offer.... they lived their life's even through the way how they are making and wearing their beautiful hand made clothes that is full of stories and metaphors, and today they have to be more strong then ever to keep it as a part of their identity as something what makes them to be unique, beautiful and so important part of the whole world and specially human civilization. The differences are important today more than aver before, and I hope we will not lose this beautiful things like this story is talking about.... but we also have to be aware that transporting tradition to touristic offer is something very dangerous, and it is important to keep stories and meanings to be the same for us today as they were for our grand grand parents...visiting New Zealand this spring, and spending some time within Maori art community, I just realize how strong and proud and confident they are about their tradition and values that it brings to the whole world, and I wish for all of us that can feel like just about to lose it, we just have t be strong enough to keep it in our hearts and to gave it back to our kids and save it though the time on a way we feel it today, Croatia is just about to go through that rough transition, and uniforming can be seen all around in many layers of every day...we are so fast becoming so like Austria, Italy, Germany....but at the same time we are just abandoning without any reason so many small things that make us beautiful, truthful, unique and happy, and embracing someone else identity is always the wrong process I think....I hope we will be brave enough not to give up from everything and not to sell all our beautiful stone villages to foreigners.....
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Carlos Castrejon
Posted on Tuesday, December 11, 2007 2:31 PM
Un excelente trabajo donde podemos ver lo expontanea que es la mujer en la intimidad, y que nos muestra un lado alegre y sensato. FELICIDADES
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Veronica Veronica
Posted on Sunday, December 09, 2007 4:00 PM
"El sostén no hace a la mujer", muestra la reflexión de una prenda tan cotidiana, que nos hace pasar de la pena de ser mostrado hasta el deseo de ser visto como arma de seducción. Buen trabajo, Brenda.
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Nina Pirtskhalava
Posted on Sunday, December 09, 2007 3:23 AM
A bra does not make the women
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mario ramirez
Posted on Saturday, December 08, 2007 11:13 PM
1. A Bra does not make the woman
2. Out of beat
3. Potasa, 100% Relaxer
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sandra bello
Posted on Saturday, December 08, 2007 10:17 AM
1. A bra does not make the woman.
2. Out of beat.
3. Mayan Women.

yeeeeiiiii Brendaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!
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Andrea Lira
Etats Unis
Posted on Saturday, December 08, 2007 5:56 AM
Thank you Kathryn, I did Out of Beat, because I think that to be honest with what you are, and embrace your identity rather than trying to be someone else is very important. I try to remind myself about this every day...because a personal point of view is always unique. And of course...dancing! that always makes me happy, because that's how I move! and the body is sometimes more honest than your mind and we should listen to it always.
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Kathryn Robinson
Etats Unis
Posted on Friday, December 07, 2007 12:18 PM
This is tough - MY top 3 picks are...

"OUT OF BEAT" - just delightful and one of my all-time favorites. Watch it if you haven't already!
"DISPLACEMENTS" - a visual favorite of mine
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Eduardo Saavedra
Posted on Friday, December 07, 2007 11:46 AM
"El sostén no hace a la mujer" logra una reflexión mientras se esboza una sonrisa cuyos motivos son desde pena hasta complicidad. Un trabajo sensible y honesto de Brenda Jiménez.
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Gina Jones
République Dominicaine
Posted on Friday, December 07, 2007 11:43 AM
I think "Potasa" by Giselle fiallo from D.R. is definitely the best cultural identity research which defines Dominican women´s lack of racial identity. She amazingly conveys the sensation one feels regarding our wanting to "whiten" ourselves through hair straightening products. Congratulations Giselle. Great Job!!!
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Yadira Moreno
Posted on Friday, December 07, 2007 11:30 AM
Hola! Me parecio muy interesante y con un concepto de ver el mundo y a la mujer diferente "El sosten no hace la mujer"....Felicidades a Brenda Jimenez por su creatividad para encontrar un tema que probablemente sea tabu pero del cual estamos involucradas .....
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Imagining Ourselves Team
Etats Unis
Posted on Friday, December 07, 2007 10:08 AM
Remember, you have until December 27 to vote on the Best of Latin America!

Here is how to vote:
1. If you are not already registered, visit this link to join: http://imaginingourselves.imow.org/pb/CreateProfile.aspx?lang=1
2. Make sure you are logged in and then post your favorite three in this conversation.
3. Check back frequently to see who is in the lead!
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Fabiola P.
Posted on Thursday, December 06, 2007 2:40 PM
A bra does not make a woman. Brenda will always be an inspiration to me :)
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Brenda Jiménez
Posted on Thursday, December 06, 2007 11:26 AM
I have to vote for teenage pregancy and mayan women,they are both powerfull and meaningfull. All the works are amazing, so i had a hard time choosing one... okay two.
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Histoires à thème
"Etre une Femme est un Acte Naturel"
Itzel Martínez Del Canizo, Mexique
"Une Femme est une Femme Bien que"
Maria Rezende , Brésil
"Adolescente Enceinte au Brésil"
Marizilda Cruppe – EVE Photographers, Brésil
"Mayan Women"
Andrea Aragón, Guatemala
"Potasa, 100% Relaxer"
Giselle Fiallo, République Dominicaine
Marie Ange Bordas, Brésil
"Hors du Rythme"
Andrea Lira, Etats Unis
"Devoção "
Isabela Senatore, Brésil
"Un Soutien-Gorge ne Fait pas la Femme "
Brenda Jiménez, Mexique
"Para Besarte y Acariciarte Mejor"
Jessica Lagunas, Etats Unis
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