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Monserrat Medina Zentella takes classes at his home in Mexico City.Marco Ugarte / AP

Israel is from Chiapas, 12 years old and lives in an indigenous community.

I met him in 2018 while directing and hosting the documentary series

Somos Valientes


He has a prepaid cell phone that he uses to view social media and YouTube videos.

His entertainment between school and work in the market, where he sold with his mother.

Her family is on the fringe of working women in extreme poverty;

Israel managed to collect a few more pesos as a charger in the market to pay for its mobile data and takes care of it like gold.

At some point, the government gave them digital tablets in ...

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