Miami

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Mónica Prandi
When we migrated, we may have to change language, perhaps our nationality, but does our race also change? How is the nomadism that characterizes people today?
Miami

Por

Berit “Brit” Brogaard
Why in the world would women side with male misogynists in a man’s world? Converse enthusiasts of the same ideology as their male counterparts, misogynists deploy hate tactics similar to and sometimes worse than men’s
Oakland

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Mónica Prandi
Writer Carolina de Robertis talks about the challenges of building an authentic identity while being part of a minority, about making a family of one’s choice and not giving up on one’s freedom, even when the prevailing culture does not have any room to be different.
Miami

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Mónica Prandi
Anthropologist Barbara Abadía shares her experience about what is still denied and confused about racism.
San Rafael, California

Por

Carmen Fusca
Project based learning is an experience that changes going to school.
Houston

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Cymene Howe y Dominic Boyer
The death of the glacier OK in Iceland gives shape and name to the consequences of climate change. Never before in human history had there been the necessity of mourning a glacier. Two anthropologist took part in the ritual and made a documental that awakens the world in regards to the “dead ice”.