A poetic documentary about the history and life of Mãe Dango, a priestess of Candomblé de Angola, in the city of Hortolândia, São Paulo. She is the bearer and diffuser of the banto legacy, and has become a symbol of the fight against racism, religious intolerance and the end of poverty. Faith, resistance, beauty and community affections are the strong values related to her figure.

Screening as part of Voicing Hidden Histories Day 2: Activist film conference