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Busking a Bit of History in Downtown Mexico City

Region: Mexico

Topics: Moments

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Schools Teaching in Creole Instead of French on the Rise in Haiti

Region: Haiti

Topics: Education

Even though a majority of people speak Creole as their first language in Haiti, most schools teach in French. Now, one elementary school and a growing network of Creole advocates are working to breaking down learning barriers.

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Haitian Boy Plans His Next Move in Marbles Game

Region: Haiti

Topics: Moments

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In Argentina, an Offer of Help For Young Adults Leaving State Care

Region: Argentina

Topics: Child Rights

Lacking supportive families, thousands of children and teenagers live in institutions in Argentina. Their government support disappears at age 18, but a new law aims to help them move successfully into adulthood.

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They’re Banned, But Mototaxis Get People in Mexico City Where They Need To Go

Region: Mexico

Topics: Legal Rights

Mototaxis, or motorcycles with trailers attached, are a popular form of transportation in Mexico City, even though the government forbade their use two years ago.

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For the Love of Bees: How a Mexican Group Teamed Up with Authorities to Save Bee Populations

Region: Mexico

Topics: Environment

Increased bee sightings in southern Mexico have resulted in the destruction of many hives and colonies. To help preserve them, an organization has partnered with local government authorities.

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‘I Was Waiting for This Chance to Flee’

Region: Mexico

Topics: Human Migration

Many people in a huge caravan that began in Honduras and is now in southern Mexico say they plan to walk to the U.S. Nearly 2,000 people have chosen along the way to seek asylum in Mexico, but more than 5,000 people continue north.

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Kiowa Tribe Princess Balances the Demands of Her Position – and Still Does Homework

Region: Tribal Nations

Topics: Culture

Alyssa Granado is like many 18-year-olds in the Kiowa Tribe, balancing the demands of school with time for family and friends. Except that she’s the tribe’s princess.

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Former Boarding School Now a College that Welcomes Native American Students

Region: Tribal Nations

Topics: Education

Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado is filled with signs of its past and future, as students who are members of Native American tribes fill its halls.

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Abandoned Homes, Fearful Children: Forced Displacements Are Common in Southern Mexico

Region: Mexico

Topics: Human Rights

Thousands of indigenous people were forced from their homes in Chiapas, Mexico’s southernmost state, in 2017. The displacement was part of a violent land dispute that has been going on for years, but similar scenes occur every year throughout the country.

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