Social and economic collapse, in addition to the lockdowns, have made early schooling another source of trauma and inequality
This week on the VDP: Sebastian Delmont AKA @sd tells the story of his life in tech and we learn why he's a national hero
Every December, a musical genre specific to Zulia state spreads to the rest of the country and its diaspora. But for Zulianos, it’s way more than Christmas songs
The Venezuela Diaspora Project talks comedy and NFTs with Bobby Comedia
Pueblo People returns with a special episode where Oswaldo and Raúl try to answer the question of the gazillion lochas
This Miami-based visual artist strayed away from the kinetic art path, in order to explore the light in public and private works of art that see the world with Venezuelan eyes
When David Calcaño and Ala Nulu made the annual Christmas animated video for the Old Blue Eyes’ YouTube channel, they chose an angle that goes directly into our hearts
Being an immigrant is hard. Legal and technical issues become something of their own. But when it comes to facing yourself in the mirror and finding out the identity of the person you’ve become, that’s a whole different subject not everybody’s ready to explore
Many migrants, including Venezuelans, are risking their lives crossing an untamed jungle that covers the border between Colombia and Panama, as they move north in search of a better life
It’s the number one trend in global ecotourism: birdwatching. It’s the activity that raises more money and causes the least environmental damage. And Venezuela was, for a very...
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