Who’s Responsible? Unchanging Climate Change

Lately, everybody has been discussing climate change. Everybody…but those in power. The demonstrations are frequent, and people attend massively. Celebrities have become activists. Media exposes the dire consequences of global

THE VENEZUELAN CRISIS & THE GREAT DIVIDE IN LATIN AMERICA, PT. 1

Such a complex and painful subject. I would like nothing more tan to state ‘the bare facts’, but every journalist knows that such thing does not exist – especially this

THE VICE(S) OF POWER

The most powerful country in the world has always liked to see itself as the very incarnation of democracy. My very own country, Argentina, found inspiration for its constitution in

LET’S ST(ART) A REVOLUTION

Art is inherently subversive. Throughout history, it has played a key role in every process of social change. And even though all artistic expressions share this trait, here we will

IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING: BUILDING A CLOWN CANDIDATE

In the past two decades, Brazil has come a long way. Its spectacular economic growth rescued almost 30 million Brazilians from poverty. After all, you can’t spell BRICS without Brazil.

Nike and Colin Kaepernick: The Power of Cultural Moments

No one in America likes to sacrifice. Their idea of risk is creating a new business. Just as long as they stay out of the mainstream, never move back on

Louis C.K. and Earning Your Return After #MeToo

This is kind of hysterical. The pussy-grabber in chief rapes and pillages our nation and its relationships, yet a comedian is unable to pursue his career. Have we lost perspective?

Never Too Young To Put Up a Fight: The Argentine Pro-Choice Youth

As much as I like dystopian tales, this one will end happily. I bet you. The times when the elderly would sit and rant about ‘how astray the youth is’

France’s National Football Team and The Winning Ethnicity

Now that the 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup has ended, there is a lot to discuss…and I’m not talking about soccer. If we are unable to appreciate soccer