On August 4, 2014 Sergio Urrego, 16 years old, leaves on his mother’s bed a note that says: “Today I hope you read the words of a dead man who was always dead, walking beside fool men and women who seemed vital, he wanted to commit suicide”. Hours later he dies in an emergency room after jumping into the void from the rooftop of a shopping center. A month later, Alba, his mother, tells the reasons that triggered the suicide of her son. Sergio had been the victim of harassment by the principal of his school because of his sexual orientation. Sergio becomes a symbol of equality; and his death is a hard pretext to unveil the anarchist thought of a young man who believed in libertarian education, to question the Colombian educational system and to witness the encounter with a mother who transforms her pain into a flag of struggle against discrimination.