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A member of the FARC protects a road close to Bogotá, Sumapaz, Colombia, on March 7, 2002. The Peace Agreement with these guerilla fighters was signed on November 24, 2016, but Colombians have not forgotten the pain of years of kidnapping and rapes by the armed outfit formed in 1964. (Photo by Carlos Villalon/Getty Images)

FARC’s Kidnap Victims’ Wounds Are Still Open 5 Years After Peace Agreement

Rapes, forced conscription, disappearances, and other terrors left their mark on the victims of the Colombian rebel group.  The post...

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks on the economy during an event at the South Court Auditorium at Eisenhower Executive Office Building on November 23, 2021 in Washington, DC. President Biden announced the release of 50 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve of the Department of Energy to combat high energy prices which are at a seven-year high across the nation prior to the holiday travel season. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Small Businesses Squeezed As Inflation Soars, Supply Chains Clog

Business owners worry rising prices will keep them from fully recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic. The post Small Businesses Squeezed...

Masks with the altered image of Brazilian President Jair Bosonaro are burned during a protest about government measures to handle the COVID-19 pandemic on Oct. 20, in Brasilia, Brazil. The country’s Senate is currently looking into the government’s role in mismanaging the response to the virus. (Photo by Andressa Anholete/Getty Images)

Social Unrest, Allegations Of Corruption Could Bring Down Presidents Of Argentina, Brazil And Chile

As the leaders face a drop in popularity, the people deal with serious social, economic and health issues.  The post Social Unrest,...

Donald Whithead, executive director for the National Coalition for the Homeless, has experienced being without a home twice in his life. (Courtesy Donald Whitehead)

Homeless Champion Brings Lived Experiences To Bear

Overcoming his own homelessness and addictions, Donald Whitehead is at the forefront of a movement to make housing a human right. The...

Carlyle Riche Jr. has been named Baltimore County's Crisis Intervention Officer of the Year for 2021. A passionate mental health advocate, Riche aims to create a nonprofit for black teen boys “as a safe space for them to express themselves and feel supported, accepted and not judged.” (Courtesy of Carlyle Riche Jr.)

Crisis Intervention Police Officer Is An Instrument Of Change Against A Sea Of Troubles

Carlyle Riche Jr. first experienced racism from a police officer — “the very thing that I aspired to be.”   The post Crisis...