Like many local arts organizations, GALA Hispanic Theatre is scrambling to find a financial way forward in these uncertain times, but this performing arts center that focuses on works by Latino artists was hit with a double whammy: Its co-founder and executive director, Rebecca Read Medrano, came down with coronavirus.
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As the coronavirus swept the globe, the State Department snapped into action to bring home more than 100,000 Americans traveling or living abroad in more than 130 countries.
There is a long history of countries overthrowing other countries’ governments to get what they want. There is an equally long history of such efforts ending in abject failure. So why does the idea of forcible regime change continues to hold sway in U.S. foreign policy circles?
For 50 years, Graciela Iturbide has been one of Latin America’s most acclaimed contemporary photographers, producing visceral, haunting images that paint a nuanced picture of her homeland — and the women in it — in all their rich complexity.
The $4.6 billion Nile Dam has become one of the most contentious and consequential projects in Egyptian and Ethiopian history, but for very different reasons.
Michèle Flournoy speaks in calm, measured tones about some of the world’s most terrifying crises, from coronavirus and nuclear weapons to Afghanistan and Iran. But that doesn’t mean her words carry any less weight or urgency.