Our hearts and prayers go out to countries, regions and states whenever they are hit with natural disasters. The term ‘resilient’ is often used to describe those who survive under unfathomable circumstances. Due to their history, Haitians have integrated this word as part of who they are and for a very good reason.
Special Report by Cristina Ramirez Doval
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A global virtual tribute will take place this August 6th to help us remember that nuclear weapons and their survivors are…still here.
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En alianza con la Ciudad de Hiroshima, el canal estadounidense Midheaven Network transmitirá virtualmente este jueves 6 y domingo 9 de agosto un tributo global para conmemorar el 75 aniversario del bombardeo nuclear a Hiroshima y Nagasaki, Japón.
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The power of a conversation to transform us for the better is underrated.
A newly released book by interdisciplinary researchers Diane Musho Hamilton, Gabriel Menegale Wilson, and Kimberly Myosai Loh is shedding light on how compassionate dialogue can create long-lasting social change.
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The latest report by the WWF seeks to create awareness on how zoonotic diseases like the COVID-19 will continue spreading if we don’t put an end to wildlife and environmental exploitation.
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