This national hero represents hope Continue reading [Latin American Post] El Salvador: The Importance of Óscar Romero’s 100th Birthday
For newly appointed Cardinal Gregorio Rosa Chávez, the time is right to revive Romero’s legacy in a country still battered by violence and poverty. Continue reading [America] El Salvador’s new cardinal pledges to protect the legacy of Óscar Romero
“La pérdida de Don Genaro es la firma de nuestro compromiso por revitalizar el idioma” Continue reading [Global Voices] ¿Qué legado deja Tata Genaro, el agricultor que resucitó la lengua náhuat?
The valley of the shadow of bad driving. Continue reading [CityMetric] Will Mexico City’s careering, polluting, dinosaur microbuses finally go extinct?
En El Salvador, más de veinte artistas y activistas de los derechos LGBTI pintaron pasos peatones en los colores de … Continue reading [Global Voices] Los pasos peatonales en El Salvador toman el arcoíris por los derechos LGBTI
The new film “Beatriz at Dinner” follows on the heels of a whole galaxy of recent movies that zoom in on Mexican and Central migration to the United States. Continue reading [The Guadalajara Reporter] Six Films on Migration
“CLADEM opened the door to feminism for me and changed my life” Continue reading [The Guadalajara Reporter] Meet the Woman Fighting for Women’s Rights in Jalisco
Compared to dazzling LA, Brussels is often said to be boring, dirty and cloudy. Don’t we all somehow expect real cities to be immediately seductive? Well, Brussels does things differently. Continue reading [Travelettes] Why Brussels is the one for me
Would this show “relate to you”? Continue reading [Blog] GoBackToYourOwnCountry
Christmas is over… now what to do? Continue reading [Blog] 4 things you should avoid doing this winter