A New Latin American Hope: Colombian People Lost Their Fear

Since 1977 Colombia has not experienced such an intense scenario of protests. Unlike other countries in the region, the development of social conflict in Colombia has had very unique channels....

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Albert Camus' articles in Combat, newspaper of the French Resistance against Nazism, between 1943 and 1949, were the starting point of the...

Names That Kill

I have been talking all week with journalist friends, national and foreign, to try to explain to...

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I’m going to the Target on 36th to buy olives. Abstinence, electricity in the body. Reality reaches...

Camila Acosta: “My Awakening”

At the age of 15, Camila Acosta Rodríguez (Isla de la Juventud, 1993) won a scholarship to...
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Margaret Randall (New York City, 1936) is a poet, activist, and former university professor. In the early-1960s...

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Let’s do anything, they say, anything at all, so that history doesn’t repeat itself. Let’s write a...