SOURCE: Nursing Clio
Women’s Experiences Matter? Natalie Kimball’s An Open Secret: The History of Unwanted Pregnancy and Abortion in Modern Bolivia
"Women’s experiences matter – this simple truth is at the core of Natalie Kimball’s brilliant new exploration into the tragic history of unwanted pregnancy and abortion in highland Bolivia over the past sixty years."
Residents of a tiny Bolivian hamlet vividly recall the day the guerrilla leader was shot at their school. "For us, this was a time of suffering," says a woman who brought him soup.
by Jonathan C. Brown
50 years later, we know.
Francis repeated familiar themes in sharply critiquing the global economic order and warning of environmental catastrophe — but also added a new twist with his apology.
SOURCE: New Historian
Three skulls found in Bolivia have revealed that torture for reasons other than religious rituals and trophy-head taking was not just an iconographic feature of the pre-Columbian cultures in the region, but a very real practice.
Humans have been spewing pollution into the atmosphere for a long, long time
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