With the wave of social protests in the U.S., the conversation about racism in Venezuela has re-emerged. These stories show that we’re not as accepting as we’d like to believe
Part of the concrete canopy of the famous corridors that connect the buildings of Ciudad Universitaria collapsed this morning
Many of the millions of Venezuelans already living abroad are at permanent risk of xenophobia and discrimination. What should we do?
With extraordinary resilience, Leyla and her husband, Nelson, brave the adversities of immigration—and discover their inner strength during the worst of times
Poisoned waters, babies dying, ruined crops, fire from above… describing our country today is increasingly similar to the Book of Exodus
The domestic violence increase perceived in the developed world is also taking place in Venezuela, but without a state—or society—capable of responding
89% of Venezuelan homes use propane gas to turn on their stoves, but finding canisters gets harder every day. Why does this happen and how do we solve it?
When Malú Vera left Venezuela for Argentina, she never imagined she’d have to struggle not just with being an immigrant; she’d have to face—and defeat—sexism
There’s a wide gap between legislation and reality in terms of female participation in the workforce. Solving it starts with knowing exactly what’s happening
The Maduro regime found a COVID-19 hotspot at Las Pulgas market in Maracaibo and took extreme measures. This is how they plan to handle the pandemic
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