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TO UNDERSTAND MARIÁTEGUI-1968

It has been a little more than three years since we had the occasion to talk from this place. At the time, we spoke about the problem of education and shared our thoughts on this important issue. It was a … Continue reading

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Forest People May Lose Home in Kenyan Plan

MARASHONI, Kenya — With the stroke of a pen, the last of Kenya’s honey hunters may soon be homeless. Since time immemorial, the Ogiek have been Kenya’s traditional forest dwellers. They have stalked antelope with homemade bows, made medicine from … Continue reading

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