My Venezuelan Family Doesn’t Celebrate Thanksgiving But It’s Still Special

Anna Ortega
Around this time of year, many people gather around the dinner table with family. Some celebrate Thanksgiving with their loved ones; many rebuke the holiday altogether due to its violent history and celebrate Indigenous People’s Day. Personally for me, November...
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LATAM Asylum Seekers Flood Shelters as NYC Mayor Declares State of Emergency

Sofía Aguilar
Over the past few days, asylum seekers from all over Latin America have been facing difficult living conditions after they were recently bused  from Texas and other states to New York City and dropped off without clear instructions or assistance....
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Colombia, Brazil Among Top Coffee Producers in LATAM You Need to Try

Nicole Young
Our morning cafecito is a beloved tradition stemming from a long-standing history in Latin American of cultivating coffee specifically in Colombia and Brazil. Each country has their own version of making coffee and they’re all different but equally delicious so...
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Biden Administration Recognizes Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó as President

Virginia Isaad
Anthony Blinken, President Joe Biden’s nominee for secretary of state, shared this week that they will  recognize  Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaidó as the president of Venezuela rather than the democratically elected president, Nicolás Maduro. Former President Donald Trump also...
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Venezuelan LGBT Triple Jumper Yulimar Rojas World Athletics’ Female Athlete of 2020

Virginia Isaad
Twenty-five-year-old Venezuelan triple jumper Yulimar Rojas was just named the female athlete of the year by World Athletics Awards Dec. 5 during the streamed event alongside Swedish pole vaulter (male athlete) Mondo Duplantis. Rojas broke a 16-year-old world indoor record...
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Venezuela’s New Currency Could Lead The Country Into A Deeper Depression

Johanna Ferreira
Venezuela’s ongoing economic crisis has only gotten worst. In fact, reports claim that thousands of Venezuelans have desperately crossed the country’s borders, migrating to places like Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru in hopes for a better life. The hyperinflation has...