Culture and Media

Rambling

POEM         by Erlie Lopez there are thoughts in a walk among trees that seek to join the rustle of the leaves, and there too are words that wish to speak to the echoes on…

Face 2 Face with Cristina Porzio

On this show we speak with Cristina Porzio, photographer and art director about two very different projects. The first story called OFLAG 83 about remnants of WWII concentration camp where her grandfather was Lt. Colonel commander of that camp for the Italian…

PEC demands unconditional release of all scribes in Myanmar

by Thakuria Navajyoti Geneva/Guwahati: As the imprisonment of scribes and other democratic activists under arbitrary laws becomes a new normal in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), the Switzerland-based media rights body Press Emblem Campaign (https://pressemblem.ch/) urges the military regime in NayPieTaw…

Fake News: Ruling Class Weapons of Mass Domination

By Jorge Molina and Patricio Mery Bell “You can fool everyone for a while. You can fool some all the time. But you can’t fool everyone all the time. ” Abraham Lincoln The dominant ideology has been more committed to…

Meditations on a Paul Gauguin Painting: Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?

POEM/PAINTING         Where do we come from… Where do I come from The womb of the mother Shaped from the past From the ancestors of my ancestors From living cells Incubated in the oceans Emerging from the…

Musings and Reflections

Looks and Landscapes         by Thelma F. Reymundo-Juarez #1 coming from behind, smells pungent and fragrant… tastes sweet and bitter race to the front lines. ah, memories may be buried but not dead.   #2 Words are…

PEC lauds Indian authorities for corona compensation to scribes

MEDIA by Thakuria Navajyoti Geneva/Guwahati, 1 June 2021: Press Emblem Campaign, the Switzerland-based international media rights and safety body, appreciates the initiative of Indian federal government along with many provincial authorities for sanctioning financial assistance to the families of Covid-19…

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh Part 2

Literary         by Jhon Sanchez Last May 2, we brought you the first part of the collections of poems written to honor the life and legacy of our dear professor and great poet Lewis Warsh, who passed…

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh (Part 2): MAESTRO

LITERARY         By Yani Perez Hmmm It’s bold I like it Have you ever Seen words Dance in The moonlight And then they ask you to spin with them? Maestro You were the words The dance The…

Homage to Prof. Lewis Warsh (Part 2): One Thousand Years

LITERARY         by Jhon Sanchez For Lewis Warsh   One thousand years later, he was free. He had been locked up inside the farthest dungeon. When he was there he learned how to write and read On…

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