This week on the Venezuela Diaspora Project we have Renato Agrella, a Venezuelan consultant who built a storytelling agency (for giants) in Seattle
Desperate people looking online for oxygen concentrators or money for treatment, more and more complaints over the low availability of hospital beds and concern about the Brazilian variant, even inside the regime. What do we actually know?
The story of one of Maracaibo’s most crowded gas stations and convenience stores proves how the new economy around gas could change cities
This week, the Venezuela Diaspora Project brings us the story of Victor Cardenas—a 19-year-old Venezuelan who built a tech startup during the pandemic
By honoring his electoral promise, the new U.S. President went further than the Trump administration in protecting Venezuelans in irregular status—but not as far as Colombia did
Just like Wanda in the hit Marvel Studios series, we tend to develop alternate realities in order to cope with the grief of the lost paradise
This week on the Venezuela Diaspora Project... Jose de Castro talks about growing up in Venezuela and building tech startups in the U.S.
Caracas Chronicles is the media partner of this podcast by Jesus Bolivar Segovia & Co., dedicated to the stories of Venezuelan entrepreneurs in the U.S.
As Venezuela lags behind other Latin American countries in the vaccination efforts against COVID-19, a small and heavily politicized vaccination campaign seems imminent, sponsored by Putin’s Russia
The very day before he left office, Trump signed an Administrative Memorandum that protects certain Venezuelans from being deported. How is this similar (and different) to the TPS?
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