Para leer en español, haz click aquí Some recent censuses in Latin America reveal a surprising trend; indigenous peoples are disappearing. However, they are not dying, nor leaving. Instead, individuals who had self‑identified as indigenous earlier opted to no longer identify as indigenous. Countries like Chile and Bolivia are good examples of this. In 1992, the Chilean Census … [Read more...] about Politics and prose can affect indigenous population size
Using music education to promote inclusive development Para leer en español, haz clik aquí For suggested music to listen while reading this post, click here In 2005, Hurricane Katrina nearly wiped New Orleans off the map. As the city tried to regain its footing and rebuild, another element of the reconstruction became evident; the need to ensure that at risk youth, who … [Read more...] about It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing!