Women are revictimized in the debate on the voluntary interruption of pregnancy: their freedom, their voice, their will, are not usually at the center of the discussion, even when their body is the territory in dispute.
The years lived in Cuba are the least known period of this world icon of Cuban music. Musicographer Rosa Marquetti Torres reveals details of Celia Cruz before leaving the island.
There are Cuban children in Russia undergoing a difficult situation. Nobody can tell for sure how many there. Nobody knows what will be their fate once their tourist visa ends.
The Matria which we aim is a society of coexistence, equality and freedom. The path for this has not and will not be that of wars or polarizations, which only benefit the powerful in all contexts.
Nothing is simple when playing chess: your mission is to kill a king while defending your own, and that means thinking twice as hard.
Myths linked to fatherhood come tumbling down when this phrase is used. A different popular understanding that consecrates the mindset that “there is only one mother, but fathers are like grains of rice.”
Born into a “mixed” family, Gretel discovered racism’s ugly head as early as primary school, when she saw how a boy wouldn’t hold a classmate’s hand because she was black.
With her skin covered in lines and colors, Yenisley has to face the stereotypes that weigh heavily upon her profession of choice.
Despite their proven benefits –for the environment, personal finances, and the female body–, menstrual cups are still “strange” in Cuba.