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          Cristina Bubba Zamora

          1998 Laureate, Cultural Heritage
          Bolivia, Born 1953

          [email protected]

          Project Goal

          Return stolen cultural artefacts to Andean communities

          Location: Bolivia

          "Our history is written in the fabrics, to lose them is to lose our past."

          Cristina Bubba Zamora has spent more than a decade fighting the illegal traffic in Bolivian ceremonial weavings. Her efforts in Bolivia and abroad to ensure the return of stolen textiles to the Andes earned her a Rolex Award for Enterprise in 1998 and brought worldwide attention to the illicit trade.

          $14,000

          amount, in US dollars, an Andean weaving can fetch in the United States and Canada

          $100

          amount, in US dollars, for which villagers sell stolen Andean textiles

          56

          stolen textiles returned from the United States, a fraction of what has been taken

          428

          weavings repatriated from Canada, as of 2002

          Other 1998 Laureates

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