- Advanced Reporting
- April 28, 2020
An estimated 70 percent of Cubans practice some form of Santería, an Afro-Caribbean religion derived based in natural elements.
But some practitioner say their religion is not always respected, or understood.
The leader of the Sápara nation has become the Sáparas’ link to the Western world, tasked with guiding his people to safety in a country that would see their territory scoured for oil.READ MORE
In many ways, South Korea today remains a place still wedded to ancient Confucian values. One of the most important is a respect for learning and the learned. Few things are more honorable.READ MORE
An untreatable snake bite in 1988 marked the beginning of a compromise between modern Western medicine and the Sápara peopleREAD MORE
Voting is mandatory in Ecuador.
Whether the nearest voting station is down the block or a days-long trek through the jungle, the government doesn’t care. Only the vote matters, and the punishment for failing to vote is severe.READ MORE