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Articles from Americas (English Edition) (May 1, 2012)

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Access to Food: Identifying issues and developing solutions for food security in the Americas. Ramirez, Lautaro M. Essay 1684
Bolivia. Essay 400
Brimstone Hill Fortress: Gibraltar of the Caribbean: This Bastion on St. Kitts and Nevis was created against a backdrop of empire-building, slavery, an immensely profitable sugarcane industry, and the American War of Independence. Worker, Julian 1132
Celebrations that resound throughout the hemisphere. 1312
Colombian heritage. Walker, Carolina Letter to the editor 402
Contemporary Art Behind Bars: The emblematic Miguelete Jail in Montevideo, Uruguay, is a venue where a past of imprisonment merges with art of the present, creating new forms of expression. Castellano, Lorena 1357
Covering OAS activities. Letter to the editor 121
Delmas 32: united and making a comeback: more than two years after a devastating earthquake hit Haiti's capital, one of the most affected areas shows clear signs of recovery and renewal. Pressoir, Jean-Cyril 1387
Editorial. Insulza, Jose Miguel Editorial 485
Food Security: A Challenge for the Americas. Villolobos, Victor M. Essay 1238
Food security: a priority for the Inter-American social protection network. 340
Ilha Grande: With its well-preserved Atlantic rainforest and unspoiled beaches, this tropical paradise off the coast of Brazil is a hot spot for biodiversity and conservation, as well as an exemplary model of responsible tourism. Barraclough, Colin Travel narrative 1846
Minga the Communal Work Tradition of Bolivia. Townsend, Shane Reprint 1605
More US in Americas. Letter to the editor 109
Preserving the Language of Aloha. Wyels, Joyce Gregory Essay 2051
Roberto Sierra: Musical Visionary of the Caribbean: the colorful and rythmic music of this classical composer draw heavily on his Puerto Rican heritage. Crane, Janet 1942
The Great Tablecloth. Poem 421
Through the Eyes of Rey Rosa: Considered one of the best Central American writers and master of enigmatic and precise prose, Rodrigo Rey Rosa captivates readers with his acute vision of everyday life and violence, while skillfully portraying the real ity of his native Guatemala. Navia, Maria Jose Essay 1239

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