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'Women In Black' Against War

On February 21, I met a group of women wearing black in silent vigil outside of the New York Public Library. The group gathers every Wednesday for an hour of vigil. … Read More»

COLOMBIA: Speaking to Survive

Martha Elena Llano Serna tells her harrowing story of surviving sexual assault and connects the dots between sexual violence and the drug trade in Colombia Read More »

"When we speak, we make this planet a better home. When we talk, we change history."

Even Silence Has an End

In 2002, former Colombian senator Ingrid Betancourt was kidnapped on the campaign trail by the rebel group FARC and Read More »

La Bodega

With La Bodega,Totó La Momposina—one of Colombia’s most well-known artists—pays tribute to the cultural legacy of her native village of Talaighua with a collision of African, Indian, and Span Read More »

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Betancourt Rescued in Colombia

I just learned (via World Pulse's In The News feed) that French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt has been freed! … Read More»

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