The dream of a “normal life”: listening to the Anta gypsies was the password for their revolution | reporting

Leaving the neighborhood where she grew up was not in her plans. But when the opportunity arose, Goreti thought it was a good thing: the birth of the fifth child was coming soon and the two bedrooms in the house were no longer enough for the large family. Exchanging the tiny prefabricated building in the Anta neighborhood for a roof in the Bajouca housing estate, designed by João Álvaro Rocha, would certainly be a change for the better. Not because of the well-known architecture, which doesn’t tell you anything, but because of the four rooms in the modern apartment, where the cold and rain were kept out.

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