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TriniGourmet.com posts “A Day in the Life” flickr photoset.
‘It’s kind of absurd to me that we’re even having this discussion. The God I serve says we are to love one another.’
Breezeblog comments on Bermuda's “pass[ing] [of] the amendment to the Human Rights Act making it illegal to discriminate against someone because of their sexual orientation.”
Belize is facing a difficult balancing act when it comes to determining the limits of environmental and cultural conservation.
Kevin Edmonds at nacla blog explains.
We are destined to fail at our tourism efforts because the stakeholders, decision makers and governmental associations have no understanding of the new media landscape.
Travel blogger Rishi Sankar takes the Trinidad and Tobago tourism body to task for its “lack of recognition of social media’s impact on tourism.”
The whole process is managed and legitimated by a whole army of high-level psychologists and pedagogues in the name of the common Good.
Erasmo Calzadilla blogs at Havana Times about the state of education in Cuba.
Three prominent bloggers in Vietnam have been arrested in less than a month. All three are accused of spreading anti-state propaganda.... More »
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Juan Arellano, Peru
People against politics: episode 2 - “Citizens strike back”
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