EFEBy Jorge Gil Angel Bogota

Mirador and Paraiso, two low-income neighborhoods of Colombia's capital perched at the top of a steep hill, have long been viewed warily by those in the Bogota savanna below.

But now young people in those districts are looking to shatter that negative perception through initiatives that promote its inhabitants' talents in the areas of graffiti art and extreme sports.EFE

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