They place a new poster on unaccompanied minors in Sol in the place where the Vox was

The political party Por Un Mundo Más Justo (M + J) has once again published a second poster with the motto “Protect minors” in the same place where Vox’s electoral advertising on unaccompanied foreign minors was located at the Cercanías de Sol station.

On this occasion, you can read the phrase “They are our stories and we want to tell them ourselves” and includes the story of actor Thimbo Samb, who arrived in Spain in a boat as a minor.

With 17 years he decided emigrate to europe and after three frustrated trips, the people who traveled in the boat decided that they had to arrive or die in the attempt, which this time culminated successfully, arriving in Tenerife after nine days of travel. Thimbo ended up living on the street in Valencia “, the party has detailed in a statement.

“Those months of loneliness and living on the street they were the hardest of my life, but I would not change them “, explained the affected person. In this way, and remembering the vocation of his mother, an actress in Senegal, Thimbo participated in a theater workshop, thanks to which he was able to learn Spanish and develop his profession.

“I was able to make a short film that allowed me to win the Best Actor Award at the International Festival of Castilla la Mancha. This gave me the opportunity to participate in other series, “he said, in addition to underlining that he wants to produce a feature film entitled A dream.

The campaign launched by M + J aims to tell stories like Thimbo’s, like examples of “successful integration”, and frequently renew the poster. These stories can be found more widely in the campaign website.

“The objective of it is present real stories of young ex-ward, in the face of so much hoax, false news and messages of fear, “said the party’s general spokesman, Alejandro Plans.

M+J denounced the Vox cartel on unaccompanied foreign minors before the Provincial Electoral Board of Madrid for considering it “an alleged hate crime that stigmatized and criminalized minors.”

After that, the training has now hired the same advertising space for a year to launch this campaign with the aim of “restore the image of minors in the same place where it was damaged”.

“We ask for the citizen support to hire this advertising space indefinitely and that a poster like the one published on April 20 can never be published there again, “said Plans.


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