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Handicraft Market. Marketplaces are the heartbeat of most cultures and this is certainly true of this region. I visited markets and street vendors in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, strolling the cobbled streets amidst brightly coloured stalls piled high with foods and crafts.

Handicraft Market. Marketplaces are the heartbeat of most cultures and this is certainly true of this region. I visited markets and street vendors in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, strolling the cobbled streets amidst brightly coloured stalls piled high with foods and crafts.

Rabble.ca: El Salvador documentary digs into country's pain and hope

Rabble.ca: El Salvador documentary digs into country's pain and hope

Snapshots from El Salvador: Best Things We Ate in Juayúa

Snapshots from El Salvador: Best Things We Ate in Juayúa

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fernando llort sculpture - Google Search Andrea note: This image appears to be of the (sadly defunct) Llort public art on the façade of the Metropolitan Cathedral in San Salvador, where the late Archbishop Romero regularly preached.

fernando llort sculpture - Google Search Andrea note: This image appears to be of the (sadly defunct) Llort public art on the façade of the Metropolitan Cathedral in San Salvador, where the late Archbishop Romero regularly preached.

Quesadillas típicas. Como las que hacía mi tía Nicolasa en San Vicente. SB

Quesadillas típicas. Como las que hacía mi tía Nicolasa en San Vicente. SB

During El Salvador's brutal civil war 30 years ago, hundreds of thousands of people fled to the United States, where some joined dangerous Latino gangs for protection and a livelihood. Soon after, many of these gang members were deported back to El Salvador, establishing a new and threatening presence in their home country. NewsHour Special Correspondent John Carlos Frey reports from El Salvador.   Continue reading →

Who's to blame for El Salvador's gang violence?

During El Salvador's brutal civil war 30 years ago, hundreds of thousands of people fled to the United States, where some joined dangerous Latino gangs for protection and a livelihood. Soon after, many of these gang members were deported back to El Salvador, establishing a new and threatening presence in their home country. NewsHour Special Correspondent John Carlos Frey reports from El Salvador. Continue reading →

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