Sociedad

Miami

Por

Isabel García Cintas
En su primera novela Alka Joshi, bestseller del New York Times, reinventa la vida de su madre a través de un personaje fuerte que, con hábil resolución, desafía las rígidas reglas sociales de la India de mediados del Siglo XX.
Oakland

Por

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

Por

Mónica Prandi
Anthropologist Barbara Abadía shares her experience about what is still denied and confused about racism.
Barranquilla

Por

Clarita Spitz
En estos tiempos extraños que vivimos, de la mano de la narración oral, la lectura recobró su sitio privilegiado, ese lugar donde se vale creer que podemos salir adelante y ser, tal vez, mejores personas.
Miami

Por

Carla Miller
USA comprises 5% of the world population and consumes 50% of prescribed medication in the planet. Pills are the easiest way to go about an illness, but with so much medication, are we becoming healthier or sicker?
Houston

Por

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”.

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