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The Wretched of the Earth: Hidden Dimensions in Fanon’s Thought – Part 1, Economic Development

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The jury is still out as to whether the South American experiment with decolonization is real revolutionary change or just another version of capitalism dressed up in socialist garb. Read More »

Hometown Heroes: School Music Programs and the Brain

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Music education helps children's brains develop, and has benefits for children with autism and other disabilities. Read More »

Appropriation of Native American Iconography in the 21st Century

How President Evo Morales can help solve this problem. Read More »

Bicycle Camping in Mexico, Colombia, and Beyond: An Interview with Andreas Hubl and Anita Burgholzer

Around the world like a snail with wheels... Read More »

Bombadil: American Folk Rock Act with Bolivian Flavor

Bombadil’s Bolivian folk-rooted music will bewitch your soul and open your eyes to a refreshingly new sound. Read More »

Is It Police Brutality in Bolivia or Is It Something Much More Insidious?

Is everything you know a lie? Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Neither Here Nor There”

Where is Peter Bishop? Read More »

TV Review: Fringe – “Bloodline” Part I

A pregnant Altivia is kidnapped and her pregnancy dangerously accelerated. Read More »

Movie Review: I AM

Great movie with a positive message Read More »

TV Review: Fringe Keeps Getting Better

Fringe is having a great season, with Joshua Jackson and the supporting players finally starting to flesh out. Read More »