Migrant Dancer Who Defies Stigma Through an Afro-Colombian Rhythm
Karina Bossa is a Colombian folkloric rhythms dancer, who migrated to Spain and founded her champeta teaching project with her partner Elvis.
Ramadan Karim, Generous and Honorable Ramadan
For Islam, the human being is a trinity composed of matter-body, mind-intellect, and spirit.
Artists On Instagram You'll Want To Follow
These female artists have illustrated the world through their sixth sense in a more profound way never seen before.
The True History Behind St. Patrick's Day
What are we celebrating at the festivity held every March 17th?
An Artist Who Breaks Barriers and Borders With Foreign Music
She was born in Ireland, her mother is English and her father, Irish...
The Nutcracker, a Tradition That is Also Modernized
Charlotte Nebres, 11, is the first black ballerina to win the coveted role of Marie, the young heroine in the story of "The Nutcracker."
Modernity in the Vatican Causes Strong Controversy
The artwork that makes up the Vatican nativity scene is receiving a lot of attention.
Christmas Celebrations That You Did Not Imagine
All over the world, people celebrate Christmas in various ways.
Incels, New Social Threat
They are men who never have sex. Not because they ditch them.
Know More About VSCO Girls
VSCO girls are taking over the internet but, what are they? This new trend among young girls is pretty famous on Instagram and TikTok.
The Secret Writing Created by Women
Jiangyong Nu Shu is a disappearing language created by women for women
Stunning Women Take TEDxBogotá Women 2020
The 2020 version of this event features 8 female protagonists, classified as bold, brave, challenging, and daring.
A Wonderful Artistic Display with the Face of 23 Female Artists
The virtual exhibition Brushstrokes, Art in Projection, inaugurated on October 3, brings together proposals from 23 Colombian painters.
Iliana Capriles: The Latina Leading the Baton of a Renowned Orchestra
This great Venezuelan woman, for 9 years, has given the orchestra all her energy and ideas without breaking the tradition.
Revolutionary Threads as Artistic Expression
Victoria Villasana is a textile artist from Mexico who likes to mix history and tradition with pop culture and contemporary patterns.
Women in Japan try to change their culture
In Nagoya, an industrial city on the coast of Japan, Japanese women dress as Mexican Chicanas.
Why New Version Of Mulan Disappointed
Instead of watching Mulan grow up, the film suggests that only those blessed by the gods have the privilege of living up to the men.
Professional Mermaids and their Viral Accounts
As flattering and beautiful as it looks from the outside, actually being a mermaid is a lot of work.
"Locked Up" But With the Soul Loose in Exquisite Stories
Katherine Hernández participates as the author of the story A Short Encounter of Two Twin Llamas, in an anthology of stories.
The Artist Blessed by Diego Rivera's Spirit that Shows through her Paintings Tehuantepec History
This Tehuana artist has the steps of her father, a sculptor, and painter, which was close to Diego Rivera, one of the leading icons of Mexican Muralism.
Tehuana Woman: cultural icon of femininity and empowerment in Mexico
The colorful state of Oaxaca is the home of Tehuana women, a community known for their confidence, hard work, power, and beauty.
Allende and her 'Long Petal of the Sea'
A story of exile, life in a concentration camp, and love
Anne Carson wins Princess of Asturias award
Canadian writer Anne Carson is the ninth woman to win the Princess of Asturias Award for Literature in 40 years .
Meet the female composer who made history at the Oscars
Hildur Gudnadóttir, who won last Sunday the Oscar for Best Original Score for her work on “Joker”, has been making history for a while.
Spotify just launched a new playlist for your pet
The Swedish platform announced on January 15th that the personalized music reproduction service could help relax your pet when alone.
5 bestsellers of 2019 written by women
Here are five bestseller books that were written by women during 2019, according to Amazon and The New York Times, that you should read in this new decade.
The first menstruation: Wayuu mysticism
The 'encierro' is a transitory ritual for Wayuu women during their first menstruation, where they learn the role of women in the community and get prepared for marriage.