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—Researched and written by Kimberly Mentzer— Gender violence and femicide is a historically rooted problem in Argentina. The Latin American Feminist Movement, the United Nations, and other women’s rights groups have been working to eliminate gender violence targeting women since 1981. However, in Argentina, even after international movements and national campaigns that worked to eliminate

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—Researched and written by Anna Kebler— The tradition of the Quema del Diablo, or Burning of the Devil, takes place in Guatemala every December 7 at 6:00 p.m., the eve of the feast of the Immaculate Conception. Effigies of the devil and material that ceased to be useful to the home is ignited in a

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As has been done for 486 years, millions of people came to Tepeyac with happy hearts and full of faith in order to worship Tonantzin-Guadalupe.

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Thirty-five-year-old, Colombian feminist Catalina Ruiz Navarro, also known as “Catalinapordios” in the virtual world, has revolutionized the feminist movement through a series of short videos that combat stereotypes and speak with Latin American millennial language.

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The Under Secretary of Human Rights, Lorena Fries, indicated that the average Chilean, among the elderly and the less educated, is racist, classist, and homophobic, but they are all things that are changing thanks to the younger people.

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