The educational community of the Cristo Rey school of Masintranca, in Chota, was enthused to request its rural library. This enthusiasm, accompanied and encouraged also by the coordinator of the area, Sergio Díaz Estela, was also extended to undertake the Alternative Reading Plan, which the Rural Libraries Network proposes.
Our brother Alfredo Mires Ortiz met with students and teachers at the school to explain the processes of coloniality that the system imposes on us and how critical, contextual reading and reading of the world can counteract these invasions.
Alfredo, encouraged teachers and students to read their own reality, which is rural, ancestral, respectful of nature. He indicated that the animation of reading can show us the sides of the story that are not written. And how we have to write and re-write them.