In what mindset can having more be worse than having less? The other day I accompanied a Mexican friend to the hospital in a town in Maine, United States. He speaks Mixteco, a language native to Oaxaca. When he entered the emergency room, the nurses found out what his language was and connected with an interpreter online . That village hospital was mobile phone number list capable of providing services in some 200 languages. It doesn't matter if you speak Spanish, French, Mixteco or Abenaki: they will still attend to you. That little detail is called fairness. We all deserve the same rights regardless of origin, language, religion, sex. Why can't we mobile phone number list aspire to the same in Peru?
What Vásquez Kunze says only matters as long as he is a public official, and as long as his imaginations could become public policies. Luckily, his mobile phone number list Nazi manifesto was born out of date the same week that international critics celebrate Wiñaypacha , the film in Aymara by director Óscar Catacora, and the same day that, by a nice coincidence, the singer Liberato Kani shares a song of his with me on Quechua and Spanish. VII. The pollsters Apoyo and Datum publish their results on the most powerful intellectuals in Peru. Three white men mobile phone number list over 70 top the charts. Mario Vargas Llosa, Hernando de Soto, Julio Cotler.
There are no women. There are no indigenous. There are no Afro-Peruvian people. The Crisol bookstore is preparing a conference on literature with five mobile phone number list panelists, enough space to imagine a diversity of voices and experiences and genres. But the five guests are white and male. There are no women. There are no indigenous.