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Nicaraguan Women’s Collective Exhibit their “Overflowing Stories”

A group of Nicaraguan women joined together to tell stories through embroidery. Go see their creations on display at the “Galeria Codice in Managua"

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Continúa suplicio de padre de nica que murió en EE.UU

Misael Burgos, quien fue deportado de EE. UU., espera que le concedan de último momento una visa humanitaria para enterrar a su hijo.

“Woman of Steel” who Crisscrosses Nicaragua

Woman of Steel

The ultra-marathonist and cyclist, Luz Elena Sequeira, is among the top tier athletes of all Central America, according to a regional publication

Pancho Cedeno Sings Once Again in Protest against Dictatorship

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He got his start in music singing songs in opposition to the Somoza dictatorship. 40 years later, he’s once again raising his voice against a regime

How the Crisis in Nicaragua Changed our Sex Lives

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We asked four people to tell us how their sexuality has changed since April 2018.

Overcoming the Mental Health Fallout the Crisis Left in Nicaragua

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If you’re stressed and anxious with a permanent sense of fear, and you feel that the crisis has eaten you alive, read this to learn what you can do

Nicaragua: Cultural Happening in Times of Protest

This is the first such cultural exhibition organized, however, due to police harassment it was not open to all audiences

Nicaragua News from the Past that Seems Like the Present

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We selected some of the news written over forty years ago that seem to be written today and that have been rescued by Avil Ramirez on Twitter.

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