Health and Society
As Brazil continues to grow and develop at an exponential rate, their famed favelas will soon be on the map thanks to Microsoft and Bing.
As the third week of anti-government protests in Venezuela starts an important question has been lingering: why has the international community been so passive in the face of violent repression against protesters in Venezuela? This, even as prominent international human rights organizations have condemned the government’s unchecked response against dissidents. Why have they not acted with the same resolve as in other similar recent cases in Honduras in 2009 or Paraguay in 2011?
Although The Affordable Care Act seeks to provide medical insurance to the uninsured at affordable rates, those who could perhaps benefit the most from this program have not been enrolling. Every one in three Latinos is uninsured, making this the ethnic group with largest number of uninsured people residing in the United States.1 Several factors contribute to this lack of enrollment including fear of deportation, general lack of awareness about the program, language barriers, and restricted internet access.
A través de la historia, hay ciertos individuos sobresalientes que encarnan una época o una ola de creencias y cambios sociales dentro de un lugar específico, ya sea un país o una mera aldea. Estas personas extraordinarias que representan y verdaderamente personifican un período histórico en toda su alma y la totalidad de su espíritu – realmente cada parte de su ser – son las figuras más inolvidables, influyentes, únicas y, a veces, las más despreciadas pero, a la misma vez, también más amadas de la historia.