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Mayan Traditions

Mayan Traditions

Today,  Tues. March 19, 2013, Guatemalan courts begin the first ever trial of a Latin American dictator in his own country.  Reuters  announced today that ” prosecutors allege Rios Montt turned a blind eye as soldiers used rape, torture and arson against leftist insurgents and targeted indigenous people during a ‘scorched earth’ military offensive that […]

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Mayan Culture

Today we had the chance to participate in a traditional Mayan ceremony, which was performed by a Mayan priest. One of the ideas embedded within the Mayan culture is to “do as your heart desires.” This is evidenced by the fact that you only participated if your heart told you to. We stood in a […]

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Nursing Students Providing Critical Health Care Services

Nursing Students Providing Critical Health Care Services

CAMDEN —Hospitals are increasingly facing cuts in funding for charity care, leaving a void in adequate health care for underserved communities in the United States. As a result, more nurses will be required to meet the increasing health care demands of under insured and uninsured individuals. Having access to health care services and receiving culturally […]

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