The Wayúu people are indigenous peoples that reside both in Venezuela and in Colombia. According to the 1997 census in Colombia, they comprise twenty percent of the indigenous population, approximately 144,000. They live in harsh conditions on dry, barren land without immediate access to hospitals, government assistance, proper nutrition, and proper tools for education much […]
Alyssa is a Dominican-American New Yorker and graduate student in Communication and culture in Paris where she also teaches English.
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While women in general have struggled to legitimize their place in punk music, the struggle by women of color in this movement is even greater. Women of color are almost fully displaced in punk spaces. Indeed, the arena of punk music is specifically reserved for white men, therefore, generating great difficulties for white women, which […]
[TRIGGER WARNING: Sexual Abuse/Assault] In the small Caribbean islands, the only two countries that share the same island are the Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Both countries have shared a long, intertwined but complicated history. Anti-Haitianism is a sentiment instilled into the Dominican peoples from birth. This term specifies what Dominicans are told they are […]
Marine Le Pen may have lost the 2017 French elections, but she still was able to garner a large following for her incestuous political party the Front National. More so than when her father Jean-Marie Le Pen occupied the presidential position of said group. During her father’s leadership, the group was known as being a […]