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Venezuela: Flirtatious ‘Joropo’ of the Plains

Venezuela: Flirtatious ‘Joropo’ of the Plains Written by Laura Vidal   Of the musical genres that constitute the folklore of the plains of Venezuela, the joropo has long been the most characteristic of this part of the...

The Wayúu Indigenous Community in Colombia and Venezuela Is Dying of Thirst

The Wayúu Indigenous Community in Colombia and Venezuela Is Dying of Thirst   By: Lully   After many years of exclusion and poverty, the Wayúu community in Colombia and Venezuela has been fighting for their voices to be heard. The people of...

Venezuela: The Feast of the Divine Shepherdess

Venezuela: The Feast of the Divine Shepherdess   Written by Laura Vidal   Every January 14, the Catholic culture of Spanish origins in Venezuela celebrates the feast of the Divina Pastora (Divine Shepherdess), one of the names by...

Venezuela: The Tradition of the Dancing Devils of Yare

Venezuela: The Tradition of the Dancing Devils of Yare   Written by Laura Vidal   The Dancing Devils of Yare, a pagan-Christian celebration in Venezuela that takes place nine Thursdays after Holy Thursday, and is a very typical...

‘Bodies Die, Countries Don’t’: Are You Listening? Podcast

‘Bodies Die, Countries Don't': Are You Listening? Podcast Written by: L. Finch   Διαβάστε στα Eλληνικά     [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/325522471" params="visual=true&show_artwork=true&maxwidth=650&maxheight=750" width="100%" height="400" iframe="true" /] The podcast Are You Listening? takes a look at some of the stories that have recently...

How the Arepa Took Over the World, then Died at Home

How the Arepa Took Over the World, then Died at Home   By Alejandro Puyana   May was a terrible month for Venezuela: the worst in a string of bad months in the worst year in a string...

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