June 19 marks a special celebration for many communities around the US, yet we don’t seem to know enough about it. Ana Sofia explains a little about what it is and why it’s so importnat Continue reading What is Juneteenth and why is it so important?
“Una época sombría de la historia nacional sigue activa no solo en el recuerdo de las generaciones del siglo XX, sino también en una encarnación no menos desvalorada. ” Continue reading ¿Dónde están los terroristas?
A winter trip to South Korea is the stellar feature of Carla’s camera, taking us around the thriving cities of Seoul and Busan, while experiencing the warm Korean culture. Continue reading South Korea in 2 minutes
Rafaela shares an investigation on the effect of covid-19 on the world economy, and what to expect for years to come. Continue reading The world’s worst economic crisis yet
Daniela explains a little about the history of riots and how they helped shape the history of the world! Continue reading How riots have changed history
In the field of science, we often hear the successes of male scientists like Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, or Stephen Hawking. It is much rarer to know about female scientists who have made groundbreaking discoveries and changed our understanding of the universe Continue reading Who was Marie Curie?
Andrea nos cuenta sobre el beso fraternal, una obra icónica en el muro de Berlín. “Si bien la obra de Vrubel no es evidencia de una reconciliación… la unión es el tema que caracteriza mejor al sentimiento de los líderes socialistas”. Continue reading Dios mío, ayúdame a sobrevivir a este amor mortal
“The magnitude of this crisis leaves us in the middle of uncertainty, with a series of bizarre changes that make it hard to keep track of shifts in our society…” Continue reading How will our society change after COVID-19?
Get to know more about Jacinda Ardern, New Zeland’s prime minister! Continue reading Jacinda Ardern, a 21st Century leader
“They were murdered… because of HATE.”
Daniela writes an honest piece were racism is picked apart and the root of it, hate, comes to light. Continue reading The Hate You Give