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Eduardo Avila · September, 2008

Joined Global Voices in 2005 as a volunteer author. From 2007-2010, I was the Latin America and Spanish Language Editors at Global Voices, and now currently lead the Rising Voices initiative.

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Latest posts by Eduardo Avila from September, 2008

Paraguay: The Mennonite Community

Mexico: Memories of Tijuana

Mexico: Age of Terrorism

Bolivia: One Year Anniversary of Voces Bolivianas

Costa Rica: Daughter of Immigrant Running for State Senator

Dominican Republic: Schoolchildren Milk Found on Beach

Paraguay: Trans-Chaco Rally Postponed

Every year, drivers from across the globe descend on Paraguay's Chaco Region to participate in the Trans-Chaco Rally, which has been running since 1971. This year, the region of the...

Cuba: Rebuilding After Hurricane Ike

Mexico: The City of Ideas Conference

Costa Rica: Thoughts On Not Voting in Next Election

Peru: Remembering Yurimaguas

Mexico: Suspects Arrested in Morelia Attack

Venezuela: Digital Workshop in Carabobo

El Salvador: The Diversity of Faces

Nicaragua: First Twitter Meetup Successful

Nicaragua: Software Freedom Day 2008

Mexico: Aftermath of Morelia Explosions

Mexico: Explosions in Morelia During Independence Day Celebrations

Two hand grenades were tossed into a crowd in the city of Morelia, Mexico during independence day celebrations. Eight people were killed, and more than 100 were injured. Authorities are...

Bolivia: Lord of the Lakes Celebration in Oruro

Peru: Bloggers Provide Thoughts on Conflict in Neighboring Bolivia

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