Luz Marina Bernal, mother of Leonardo Porras, one of the murdered youths of Soacha, showed the achievement. She revealed that with the creation and sale of Matarife masks they have donated markets to those most in need.
“Some time ago, given the powerlessness of seeing people go hungry, it occurred to us to make the @ElQueLosDELATA series of masks of @matarifeco to support him in his project and incidentally help those of us who, today with joy I tell you that we have the goal of donate 1 ton of food, “he wrote on his Twitter account.
Some time ago, faced with the impotence of seeing people go hungry, it occurred to us to make masks of @matarifeco the series of @ElQueLosDELATA to support him in his project and incidentally help those of us who, today with joy I tell you that we have the goal of donating 1 ton of food. pic.twitter.com/nqKyaaHqDV
— Luz Marina Bernal P. (@LuzMBernalParra) July 10, 2020
The goal, as he put it, is to achieve enough sales to donate a ton of food. Marketing is through social networks.
For their part, some of those who have bought Matarife’s masks took advantage of the publication to send their photograph.
– Julian F. Martinez (@JulianFMartinez) July 10, 2020
— HeidyG (@Heidyguardiola) July 11, 2020
— Diana Briceno (@dimabripu) July 11, 2020
What is Matarife?
It is a Colombian production written by the journalist and lawyer Daniel Mendoza. According to him, the series talks about the alleged relationships of former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe with the drug trafficking and paramilitarism.
“It will have five seasons in chapters that will not exceed six minutes, although there are others of three and four minutes,” Mendoza told EFE.
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