Eidanis Lamadrid (right) visits with Luz Nely Orozco in Turbaco, Colombia. The two women, displaced by the long-running conflict, helped build the neighborhood with their own hands.
Eidanis Lamadrid (right) visits with Luz Nely Orozco in Turbaco, Colombia. The two women, displaced by the long-running conflict, helped build the neighborhood with their own hands. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
Eidanis Lamadrid (right) visits with Luz Nely Orozco in Turbaco, Colombia. The two women, displaced by the long-running conflict, helped build the neighborhood with their own hands. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

They fled Colombia’s violence and built a city where women call the shots

November 02, 2016 07:00 AM

UPDATED November 05, 2016 08:31 PM

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