The opposition is fragmented, in some cases spurred on by the Chavista party and in others due to the leaders’ ego wars.
Today’s featured artist is Yendry from the Dominican Republic and living in Italy, with a NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert (2021).
Today’s featured artist is Joao Gilberto from Brazil with the song “A Primeira Vez” from the album “Joao Gilberto” (1961).
Indi Rivero from Venezuela took the photo of the day: “Okra Flower” in Lara, Venezuela, using a Vtelca cellphone camera.
Today’s featured artist is Susana Baca from Peru with the song “Maria Lando” (1997).
Attention to Haiti comes and disappears in short flashes. The deportation of Haitians by the US is one of the swiftest, mass expulsions ever.
Yordanka Caridad from Cuba took the photo of the day “Imperfection” in Lara, Venezuela.
Today’s featured artist is Brazilian percussionist Airto with the song “Mãe Cambina” from the album “Identity” (1975)
Today’s featured band is Los Blacanguay from Peru with the song “Muevete” (1973).
In his speech, Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado denounced the detention of Nicaraguan political opponents, journalists and students.