A unique manifestation of classism, the Spanish legacy we gringos raised on Hollywood morals run into early and often in Latin America.
My review of ‘Oblivion’ by Hector Abad Faciolince, which describes the life of a progressive paisa doctor killed by paramilitaries.
SUMMARY: A look at two artifacts of classism: car ownership and domestic servants.
SUMMARY: Describing classism, status, and the importance of (perceived) social class in Latin America.
SUMMARY: Discussing the link between poverty and sex tourism, and whether sex tourism is necessary in impoverished countries.
SUMMARY: Over 70 pics of the socialist graffiti that decorates Colombia’s National University in Bogota.