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Americas Now

Fleeing Guatemala & Gina Badenoch

Guatemala - Fleeing Guatemala

They are young Central American migrants who leave their homes without parental permission, to make a perilous trek to the United States. Most are trying to escape poverty and search for better economic opportunities. Amnesty International has called the journey one of the world's most dangerous. And many of these minors don't even reach their final destination. Correspondent Harris Whitbeck speaks to migrants from Guatemala who were caught by authorities in Mexico and returned home.

Game Changer Mexico - Gina Badenoch (video above)

You could call this week's Game Changer on "Americas Now" a real "visionary." She's a Mexican photographer on a mission to educate some unlikely pupils devoting her time to teaching photography to the visually-impaired. It may sound impossible but by showing them how to concentrate on their surroundings and focus on other senses, she has enabled them to overcome their disability and capture some amazing images. For this week's Game Changer we introduce you to the founder of "Sight of Emotion"...Gina Badenoch.

Urban Voice - Flamenco Saxophone

Jorge Pardo is a musician from Spain who is famous for playing the saxophone. But his compositions don't just feature the saxophone, they include several other instruments that he performs on as well. Pardo believes the sound of each instrument delivers a different message. And when those different sounds are combined, they create a new language. It's one of the reasons why Pardo is also considered a pioneer of the innovative musical form called "flamenco-jazz fusion." For this week's Urban Voice we give you Jorge Pardo.

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Americas Now

Mexican Female Rappers & Argentinean Gabriela Gonzalez

Women fighting for justice, security and equal rights in Mexico have a new and vocal ally in their cause: female rappers.
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Americas Now

Privatizing Education In Haiti & Evelina Cabrera

In many societies private education is a luxury that only the wealthiest can afford. So you may be surprised to learn that in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, far more children attend private schools than state schools.
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Venezuela's Hyperinflation & Galician Homecoming

Imagine living in a country where the price of everything doubles every 18 days; where in one year, the price of anything can rise well above 1,200 percent. That's been the recent reality for Venezuelans, whose economy has been ravaged by the fall in the global price of oil, declining productivity and political turmoil.
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Mexico's Crime-Free Town

A town in Mexico governs itself to keep crime out, while Costa Rica breaks records for using only renewable energy sources.
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Haitians In Limbo & Enrique Chiu

At the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua, thousands of Haitians have been arriving, dead tired, but full of hope.
Banana Plantations
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Nicaragua's Banana Workers Reaping Poisonous Pesticide Consequences

Today Latin America exports more bananas globally than any other region in the world. But like other crops, it’s vulnerable to disease and is no stranger to pesticides. Nemagon, a pesticide sprayed on plantations in Nicaragua for decades, continues to cause controversy and alleged illness after being banned.
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Peru - Uncontacted

Living deep within the Amazon rainforest, in Brazil and Peru, are dozens of so-called "un-contacted" tribes. These indigenous and historic communities have had little to almost no contact with the outside world.
Argentinian Beef
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How Argentina's Beef Business Is Integral to Its Culture

Argentina is famed worldwide for the quality of its beef. But, as "Americas Now" correspondent Joel Richards discovered the beef and ranching industry is at a crossroads for a whole range of reasons.
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Brazil - Syrian Refugees

Hear from Syrians and people from other countries who have sought refuge in Brazil.
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Peru - Counterfeit Money

The Peruvian capital of Lima is the "fake dollar" capital of the world, according to the United States Secret Service. For the past four years, the U.S. government has declared Peru the world's leading producer of fake US currency.
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