Perspectives in the Era of Covid
Photo by Felipe Barros/ExLibris/PMI
“Perspectives in the Era of Covid” is a new Spotlight that continues our reflections on social, economic, cultural and political transformations during this new phase of the pandemic in Latin America, the Caribbean and Latinx communities in the United States.
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Ludmila wakes up early, has a cup of green tea for breakfast, and goes to the meeting point that her party leader had assigned a few days before…
The Other Pandemic A Photoessay by Al Rendon When I first saw the memorial not far from my home in San Antonio, Texas, I thought, “There are no words for this.” Fifty-three migrants had suffocated to death in a truck there. It was just so hard to process. I still have...
Since 839, when the Karueein University was founded in Fez, considered the first in the world, or 1538 when the first university in Latin America was created, the Royal and Pontifical University …