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    Lineas de agua en el desierto

    Cuando el avión empieza a balancearse de un lado a otro, el desierto empieza a mostrar sus secretos. Aquí una ballena; allá algo parecido a un muñeco con enormes manos. Un poco más hacia el norte un colibrí de diseño actualísimo que, sin embargo, fue dibujado hace más de 2.000 años. Y monos, árboles, enormes rayas blancas de precisión rectilínea que se pierden en el horizonte a decenas de kilómetros de distancia. Las avionetas zumban en todas direcciones haciendo de este apartado … [Read More...]

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    Good News Agency – year 14th, no. 224 – 9 May 2014

    Good News Agency A culture of peace is emerging in all fields of human endeavour Good News Agency carries positive and constructive news from all over the world relating to voluntary work, the work of the United Nations, non governmental organizations and institutions engaged in improving the quality of life – news that doesn’t “burn out” in the space of a day. It is distributed free of charge through Internet to 10,000 media and editorial journalists in 54 countries and to 3,000 … [Read More...]

    Six-day Kaypi Peru Festival celebrates Peruvian culture

    The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and the Embassy of Peru present Kaypi Perú, a festival highlighting the South American nation’s rich and diverse cultural heritage and traditional arts, today,Wednesday, July 25, through Monday, July 30. Kaypi Perú, which means “This is Peru” in the indigenous language of Quechua, includes an art market, music and dance performances, hands-on activities for kids, short films, photo exhibitions of Machu Picchu and the Inka Road, … [Read More...]

    Cute Brothers and Sister Wearing Backpacks Ready for School.

    Leonard Baca, Ph.D. – BUENO Center for Multicultural Education

    Visit: http://buenocenter.org There are few educators in the United States and indeed the world who have made that kind of educational impact that Leonard Baca has made. He is a scholar, teacher, mentor, and most importantly a family man. Leonard was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico in the Duranes neighborhood. After high school he attended Conception Seminary and received a BA and MA in Religious Education and a Baccalaureate in Sacred Theology (STB) from Catholic University. He … [Read More...]

    Vagabond Tales: Cellphones And Candy Bars In The Floating Islands Of Peru

    There is a running joke amongst Peruvians that when it comes to Lake Titicaca, Peru got the "Titty," and Bolivia got the "kaka." All anatomical and bathroom jokes aside, the world's highest navigable lake does in fact stretch across the borders of both nations. When read from left to right on a map, it would appear that the Peruvians may have a reason on which to make their case. My mind didn't spend too much time dwelling on this, however, as I motored across the placid lake waters for the … [Read More...]

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