What goes through the mind of a man who has been innocent on death row for twenty-three years? How does a woman feel about life after surviving a cataclysm of the century? And couldn't the man with the tattooed face also be a kindergarten teacher?
External characteristics all too quickly tempt one to conclude on a type of person. We judge the way of life and the appearance of the other person. Everyone does it, very often without realizing it. But why don't we listen to the stories of our fellow human beings? We often notice that as diverse as our biographies are, we are not alone with them.
Sandra Schmid and Sandra Bühler have traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, Africa, North, Central and South America. Again and again they approached people, on the street or in a café, and asked them if they would tell them about their lives and if they could then take a picture of them.
The result is an impressive illustrated book full of unbelievable stories that gives you a feeling of togetherness when you look at and read it and helps to break through prejudices and stereotypes.
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