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Boy taking drinking water from a tap. The Santana Quilombo, near Quatis, Rio de Janeiro state. (A Quilombo is a settlement of former African slaves who escaped their masters and fled into the interior of Brazil 150-300 years ago).
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Boy taking drinking water from a tap. The Santana Quilombo, near Quatis, Rio de Janeiro state. (A Quilombo is a settlement of former African slaves who escaped their masters and fled into the interior of Brazil 150-300 years ago). stock photo

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