Colombia’s Wayuu Women Drive Change

Video To overcome exclusion and save a dying culture, local indigenous organizations in La Guajira, Colombia, such as Fuerza de Mujeres Wayuu, are fighting for the Wayuu’s survival by putting women at the forefront of the peace process. The Wayuu tribe, the largest indigenous group in Colombia, is slowing dying from thirst, hunger and malnutrition in the forgotten and impoverished desert peninsula of La Guajira, at the northern tip of Latin America. This video was produced exclusively for The Associated Press in August 2016. It was released on September 19, 2016.
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Argentina Rides the K-Pop Wave

Video 20,000 kilometers away from Korea, the K-wave has reached the shores of Argentina and is generating plenty of new Latin American fans. Kamilia Lahrichi explains why the Asian music phenomenon has gained such strong traction with Argentine fans. This video was shot for Channel News Asia and published on September 13, 2016. Click here to watch it.
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Colombia’s Forgotten People

Video In Colombia's desert peninsula of La Guajira, a humanitarian crisis has been neglected for years. Members of Colombia’s largest indigenous group, the Wayuu, as well as the Afro community, are slowly dying because of a lack of food and water. This video was published by IRIN News on September 6, 2016.
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An Expat’s Guide to the Latin American Concept of Time

Feature It's not rude, it's just a different way of doing things This piece was published by Wall Street Journal on September 6, 2016.
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