Bolivia experiences nationwide protests over election results

By Roberta Pardo Protests in Bolivia against alleged electoral fraud have entered their second week. On Monday (Oct. 28), street battles broke out between supporters and opposers of President Evo Morales, leaving dozens injured. Pro- and anti-Morales demonstrators clashed in La Paz, forcing the police to use tear gas to try to disperse the clashes, […]

Dia de los Muertos traditions extend beyond Mexico

By Chara Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is typically associated with Mexican culture. But observance of the Nov. 1-2 holiday is becoming an annual tradition in other countries, too. Rooted in ancient traditions that have been observed by generations of Mexicans, the holiday is based on the belief is that a deceased […]

ACLU claims 1,500-plus children have been separated from parents

By Chara More than 1,500 children have been separated from their parents under the Trump administration, according to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). According to multiple media outlets, around 200 children were ages 5 years and younger, and most children were 12 years and younger. According to NBC News, the ACLU said the administration […]