Human history mentioned invisible people without mentioning them. The mass, the vast majority, the anonymous are mainly forgotten in all walks of life.
In Plato’s “Allegory of the cave”, the invisible people are left to their destiny, choosing between comfort and manipulation or the arduous journey of freedom made by Socrates, the only visible one.
The invisible slaves changed history with Spartacus, the visible slave.
Mandela, The King, Gandhi are still vividly visible men of salvation and justice.
The invisible people are the people we choose not to look at. Beggars and homeless are faceless and nameless people of the modern world.
History, ethics, philosophy taught us that ideals of justice and equality are to fight for. However, society is still based on hierarchy, on visibility and invisibility.
The real force lies in the invisible world!