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Americas Now

Privatizing Education In Haiti & Evelina Cabrera

Haiti - Privatizing Education

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. This despite the fact that nation's constitution stipulates that all Haitian children have the right to a free education. Unfortunately, no government in Haitian history has come close to achieving that. Setbacks, including the 2010 earthquake in which at least 200,000 people died, have made the challenge more difficult to achieve. But as CGTN's Stephen Gibbs reports from Port au Prince, efforts are being made to make educating children less of a financial burden for parents.

Game Changer Argentina - Evelina Cabrera (video above)

Argentina is famed for football. It is the country of some of the greatest players of all time, Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona. But while women's football grows around the world, in Argentina the sport lacks organization. And those women wanting to play also suffer discrimination, and at times worse. Growing levels of domestic violence have lead Argentina to hold demonstrations to demand a stop to violence against women. One woman is trying to promote football as a way to help break boundaries and raise social awareness.

Urban Voices - Mexico Mariachis

Mariachi are a symbol of Mexico. The United Nations recognizes Mariachi music as part of the intangible Mexican heritage. Yet until recently the only place to learn this regional genre was on the streets. Plaza Garibaldi, an open square in downtown Mexico City where you can listen to Mariachis 24/7/365 was considered the "mariachi university." In an attempt to formalize the genre, the "Escuela de Mariachi" is teaching pupils, documenting the tradition, ensuring its transmission and aiming to give it it's true value. Alvaro Mora, coordinator and violin teacher at the school comes from a family of 3 generations of mariachis. At 15 he started playing his violin in a mariachi group. 28 years on he's never worked as anything else.

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Mexican Raperas & Latina Scientist

Mexico - Raperas
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Fleeing Guatemala & Gina Badenoch

Young Central American migrants fleeing their homes without parental permission and a Mexican photographer on a mission to teach photography to the visually-impaired.
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Venezuela's Hyperinflation & Galician Homecoming

Venezuela - Hyperinflation
A resident of Cheran, Michoacan, Mexico holds a gun as he guards his village from drug cartel violence. | Americas Now/CGTN
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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.
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Americas Now

San Salvador - Amnesty Law Overturned "Amnesty"
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Nicaragua's Banana Workers Reaping Poisonous Pesticide Consequences

Nicaragua - Poisonous Spray (Grace Gonzalez)
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Peru - Uncontacted

Peru - Uncontacted (Dan Collyns) - 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. The Mashco Piro people are believed to have fled into the recesses of the jungle during the Amazon Rubber "Boom" in the late 1800s. This was a time of enslavement and death for many tribes. The Mashco Piro had rejected all contact with outsiders until recently. After years of sporadic, sometimes deadly interactions in Peru's Amazon rainforest, they're starting to step up contact.
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How Argentina's Beef Business Is Integral to Its Culture

Argentina - Beef up (Joel Richards)
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