Vol. 64 Nbr. 2, March - March 2012
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- People in the Amazon.
- Support for agriculture.
- Youth enthusiasm.
- Cartagena connects the Americas: the region's presidents and prime ministers will gather in a fortified city that was a crossroads of the hemispehere from its very beginnings.
- Forging stronger connections: citing goals that unite the countries of the Americas, Colombia calls for improving infrastructure, increasing regional partnerships, and tackling common problems.
- Lecheros: a successful cooperative story.
- Los Haitises: an Eco-Paradise in the Dominican Republic: this ecologically diverse national park. comprised of mangrove swamps, exotic waterways, and lush forests is home to a number of rare and endangered species.
- The Embera People: Guardians of the Forest: In the pristine jungle of the Chagres River Basin, less than an hour from Panama City, these indigenous peoples are developing a unique subsistence.
- Cesar Pelli: architecture is a complex art.
- William Kurelek: Born on a farm in Alberta to Ukrainian immigrants, Kurelek painted charming, poignant, and often humorous scenes from the everyday lives of Canadians.
- Forum on democracy.
- OAS scholarships.
- Strengthening the Inter-American human rights system.
- Our time of opportunity.
- Toto: This passionate Colombian singer shares stories and experiences from the heart with rhythm and verve.
- Sabbaths, W.I.