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26012   Prizes Given to Communities in Latin America that are Fighting Exclusion  
Dario Montero
They work in the deep heartland of Brazil, or in urban slums. They all seek social inclusion, and their starting point is the bottom of the social ladder, with people who have a ... Issue Date: 1 / 2008

19000   South American Sushi: Liberdade, Brazil's 'Little Tokyo'  
Stephen Henkin
Smack in the middle of the nonstop frenzy of activity that is Sao Paulo, Brazil, an orderly neighborhood seems to defy conventional reason. Liberdade, a Japanese community of ... Issue Date: 9 / 1999

18781   A People at Risk, Part Two: Vanishing Tribes of South America  
Peter Gorman
The plight of the indigenous tribes of South America first came to the attention of the international community in 1967, when eighteen Cueva Indians from Colombia''s Amazon ... Issue Date: 12 / 1991

19542   A People at Risk, Part One: The Yanomami of Brazil  
Peter Gorman
The spiritual beliefs of the Yanomami Indians of northern Amazonia are based on a worldview in which spirits exist not only in plants, animals, and humans, but in two parallel ... Issue Date: 11 / 1991

16412   Miriam's Awakening: A Nambiquara Puberty Festival  
David Price
On December 28, 1973, Miriam began to bleed. She was eleven and a half years old, and it was her first menstruation. As soon as she realized what was happening, she told her ... Issue Date: 5 / 1989

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