Tag Archives: Czech Republic

Hostility Toward Home Births

Restrictions on Home Births Due to Medical Paternalism and Inhumane View of Mothers, Critics Say Advertisements

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PragueCast: Is Post-Communist Life What We Thought It Would Be?

Czechs Look Back at the Velvet Revolution and Look Forward to Change

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Wall Is NOT Over

In the Wake of Vandalism, Civilians Recreate Lennon Wall By Klein Aleardi, Erica Gonzales and Marilyn La Jeunesse

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Petting Goats Can Have Unexpected Consequences

Life Lessons of a Small Town with a Leaning Tower

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Fighting Her Way To Equality

Life as a Romani University Student in the Former Eastern Bloc

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Everything But the Skates

Ball Hockey Scores Street Cred in Bohemia

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Racist Remarks Permeate Discussion on Roma Education 

“Roma people are not stupid, they are just lazy.”

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Debate Flares Over Muslim Hijab in Schools

Critics Claim Islamophobia Is To Blame for Ban on Headscarf

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It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing

Dance Craze Revives Vintage Style and Jiving Jazz.

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Veggin’ Out With a Side of ‘Lovin’

Vegan Chain Fuels Expansion in City’s Meat-Free Dining Scene

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