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Samba workshop for the visually impaired in San Paulo

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Visually impaired participant Giovana feels the mask of a "Fantasia" Samba costume at the Camisa Verde e Branco Samba school during a workshop organised by the "So Nao Ve Quem Nao Quer" (only those who don't want to see, do not see) project in Sao Paulo, Feb. 2.

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Visually impaired participants Diogo, left, and Airton, right, learn to dance from a member of the Camisa Verde e Branco Samba school during a workshop organized by the "So Nao Ve Quem Nao Quer" (only those who don't want to see, do not see) project in Sao Paulo on Feb. 2. The project, jointly organized by the Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind and the City Hall of Sao Paulo, puts the 45 visually impaired participants through a week long course with 3 different samba schools to learn and experience the performance of samba.

This dance workshop, according to Reuters, was jointly organized by the Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind and the City Hall of Sao Paulo, and puts the 45 visually impaired participants through a week long course with 3 different samba schools to learn and experience the performance of samba.