O abandoado e triste centro de SP [cracolandia]

O abandoado e triste centro de SP [cracolandia]

A pregnant woman smokes crack in the part of Sao Paulo's Luz neighborhood known as Cracolandia (Crackland), March 27, 2010

A pregnant woman smokes crack in the part of Sao Paulo's Luz neighborhood known as Cracolandia (Crackland), March 27, 2010

Uma madrugada na Cracolândia - http://soropositivo.org/uma-madrugada-na-cracolandia.html - Uma madrugada na Cracolândia        Um casal na madrugada da boca do crack  me ensinou sobre missão, motivação, trabalho e reconhecimento. Virei a madrugada na  Boca do Lixo, no Centro de São Paulo, participando do projeto de Missões Urbanas Cena. As fotos da cracolândia que ilustr...

Uma madrugada na Cracolândia - http://soropositivo.org/uma-madrugada-na-cracolandia.html - Uma madrugada na Cracolândia Um casal na madrugada da boca do crack me ensinou sobre missão, motivação, trabalho e reconhecimento. Virei a madrugada na Boca do Lixo, no Centro de São Paulo, participando do projeto de Missões Urbanas Cena. As fotos da cracolândia que ilustr...

Prince Harry meets crack-addict street cleaners during a visit to 'Cracolandia', an extremely deprived area of Sao Paulo with a high concentration of crack addicts on June 26, 2014

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Prince Harry meets crack-addict street cleaners during a visit to 'Cracolandia', an extremely deprived area of Sao Paulo with a high concentration of crack addicts on June 26, 2014

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Sao Paulo desmonta una favela en "Cracolandia", habitada en su mayoría por consumidores de crack. La Alcaldía ofrece a los habitantes –alojados en hostales de la zona- un sueldo por cuatro horas de trabajo diario. El objetivo es su rehabilitación.

Sao Paulo desmonta una favela en "Cracolandia", habitada en su mayoría por consumidores de crack. La Alcaldía ofrece a los habitantes –alojados en hostales de la zona- un sueldo por cuatro horas de trabajo diario. El objetivo es su rehabilitación.

Dec. 10, 2013. Drug users gather beneath an overpass in an area known as 'Cracolandia', or Crackland, in the Antares shantytown in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Dec. 10, 2013. Drug users gather beneath an overpass in an area known as 'Cracolandia', or Crackland, in the Antares shantytown in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


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Everywhere a Crackland

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Crack consumption is an epidemic in Brazil.

A 23-year-old man smokes crack in downtown Manaus, on March 19, 2012. Many Brazilian cities now have their own "cracklands," areas of the city where swarms of crack users have converted entire neighborhoods into nocturnal encampments doubling as open-air crack markets. At nightfall throngs of stupefied buyers crowd around dealers before skulking away behind the telltale glow of cigarette lighters. Sociologists, health experts, and law enforcement officials all agree that crack use is a…

A 23-year-old man smokes crack in downtown Manaus, on March 19, 2012. Many Brazilian cities now have their own "cracklands," areas of the city where swarms of crack users have converted entire neighborhoods into nocturnal encampments doubling as open-air crack markets. At nightfall throngs of stupefied buyers crowd around dealers before skulking away behind the telltale glow of cigarette lighters. Sociologists, health experts, and law enforcement officials all agree that crack use is a…

Crack addition has reached epidemic levels in Brazil. It’s a topic that’s not getting addressed but instead getting swept under the rug — or rather, into a small infected enclave of São Paulo, appropriately named Cracolândia, or Crackland. It’s a place where crack addicts don’t go to die or rehabilitiate, instead they go to live in a state of drug-fuelled chaos intertwined with inertia - a kind of frenetic energy trapped inside a cage. As you can imagine, Cracolândia is rife with drugs…

Crack addition has reached epidemic levels in Brazil. It’s a topic that’s not getting addressed but instead getting swept under the rug — or rather, into a small infected enclave of São Paulo, appropriately named Cracolândia, or Crackland. It’s a place where crack addicts don’t go to die or rehabilitiate, instead they go to live in a state of drug-fuelled chaos intertwined with inertia - a kind of frenetic energy trapped inside a cage. As you can imagine, Cracolândia is rife with drugs…

Renato Dias, 39, writes in his notebook as he poses for a portrait in an open-air #crack #cocaine market, known as a “cracolandia” or crackland, where users can buy crack and smoke it in plain sight, day or night, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on March 17, 2015. Dias, who has been using crack for about four years, says he uses his notebook as a form of distraction. He writes about superheroes and dreams of becoming one.

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Renato Dias, 39, writes in his notebook as he poses for a portrait in an open-air #crack #cocaine market, known as a “cracolandia” or crackland, where users can buy crack and smoke it in plain sight, day or night, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on March 17, 2015. Dias, who has been using crack for about four years, says he uses his notebook as a form of distraction. He writes about superheroes and dreams of becoming one.

Patricia Sebastiao, de 22 años, tiene una hija de dos años, un hijo de un año y está embarazada, no está muy segura si de seis o siete meses.  Foto:  AP  / Felipe Dana

En fotos: la vida en Cracolandia

Patricia Sebastiao, de 22 años, tiene una hija de dos años, un hijo de un año y está embarazada, no está muy segura si de seis o siete meses. Foto: AP / Felipe Dana

In this March 18, 2015, photo, Carla Cristina, 26, poses for a portrait next to her water stand in an open-air crack cocaine market, known as a “cracolandia” or crackland, where users can buy crack, and smoke it in plain sight, day or night, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Carla Cristina sells cups of water with an aluminum seal, which users will transform into makeshift pipes for smoking their crack. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

In this March 18, 2015, photo, Carla Cristina, 26, poses for a portrait next to her water stand in an open-air crack cocaine market, known as a “cracolandia” or crackland, where users can buy crack, and smoke it in plain sight, day or night, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Carla Cristina sells cups of water with an aluminum seal, which users will transform into makeshift pipes for smoking their crack. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

Cardinal Odilo Pedro Scherer, Sao Paulo's archbishop, talks with drug users as he takes part in a Way of the Cross procession in a neighborhood popularly known as "Crackland" in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil, Friday, March 29, 2013. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)

Cardinal Odilo Pedro Scherer, Sao Paulo's archbishop, talks with drug users as he takes part in a Way of the Cross procession in a neighborhood popularly known as "Crackland" in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil, Friday, March 29, 2013. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)

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