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Jéssica Cruz

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About Jéssica
Jéssica Cruz is a journalist/fixer/producer based in São Paulo, Brazil.
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Alumna y entrenador de la BUAP representarán a México en Juegos Panamericanos

18 Feb 2024  |  heraldodepuebla.com
Diana Cortés Puig, Beatriz Estefanía Cortés Puig, and Francisco Javier Cortés from BUAP have been selected to represent Mexico in the 2024 Pan American Roller Hockey Championship in Bogotá, Colombia. With over 15 years of experience, their goal is to position Mexico among the top teams. The Cortés Puig sisters were selected after trials organized by the Federación Mexicana de Roller Hockey. Francisco Javier Cortés will support the team as a delegate. The championship will determine the teams for the 2024 World Skate Games in Novara, Italy. The Mexican team consists of seven players and three goalkeepers from various clubs across the country.

In Tehuacán, State Police Arrest Man in Possession of Possible Drugs

26 Dec 2023  |  heraldodepuebla.com
The State Police in Tehuacán, under the government of Sergio Salomón and through the Secretaría de Seguridad Pública, arrested a 36-year-old man named Carmelo N. for his alleged involvement in drug-related crimes. During a security patrol, officers found him in possession of several packages containing crystal-like substances. A white Nissan taxi with red and orange stripes was also seized. The man and the illicit substances were handed over to the authorities for further investigation.

Ready, launch of the first Mexican micro-robot mission to the lunar surface

25 Dec 2023  |  heraldodepuebla.com
The Mexican Space Agency, under the Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications, and Transport, announced the readiness of the 'Colmena' project, Mexico's first mission to the lunar surface. The mission, involving five micro-robots developed by the National Autonomous University of Mexico, is set to launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The project, led by Dr. Gustavo Medina Tanco, aims to demonstrate technological capabilities by deploying and assembling a panel on the lunar surface. Supported by various Mexican institutions and the Artemis project, the mission underscores Mexico's advancements in space technology.

Puebla government works on road safety at borders with Veracruz

09 Dec 2023  |  heraldodepuebla.com
The Puebla government, led by Governor Sergio Salomón, is enhancing road safety measures at the borders with Veracruz. Secretary of Government Javier Aquino Limón led a meeting with Veracruz officials to strengthen actions against cargo theft and improve conditions in the border area. The meeting resulted in the creation of a contact group for direct incident reporting and increased police presence on the Tehuacán-Azumbilla highway. Veracruz representatives appreciated Puebla's proactive approach.

Has the politics of climate change reached the tipping point?

26 Feb 2020  |  CNA
The article discusses the severe impacts of climate change, referencing the World Health Organization's estimate of 250,000 deaths by 2050 due to climate-related disasters such as droughts, wildfires, floods, and catastrophic rains. It questions whether the politics of climate change has reached a critical tipping point. The report covers CNA's global investigation into climate issues, including Australia's reliance on coal, the melting glaciers in Pakistan's Himalayas, and the deforestation battles in the Brazilian Amazon. The article highlights the role of poor policies and political indifference in exacerbating climate change and explores whether the situation can still be reversed.

- Interview with Arnau Gifreu, researcher of new narratives stories, about interactive social impact documentaries in Latin America.

The dangers of flying in the great wilderness of the Brazilian rainforest

22 Mar 2019  |  BBC
The article discusses the recent disappearance of a light aircraft in the Brazilian Amazon, which was carrying members of local Indian tribes. The relatives of those on board conducted an extensive search through the rainforest but were eventually forced to stop due to hunger and illness. The article raises questions about the lack of an official search by Brazilian authorities and the absence of a flight plan that could have helped locate the plane. Tim Whewell investigates the broader issues of aviation safety in the Amazon, where many flights operate clandestinely, and the concerns of indigenous communities about the government's apparent indifference to their needs.

- Writing a story about the importance of fixers for journalism around the world.

Publicação produzida pela Cross Content traz perspectiva de jovens que vivem com HIV sobre o acesso aos serviços de saúde

19 Jun 2017  |  www.crosscontent.com.br
The article discusses a publication by Cross Content that focuses on the perspectives of young people living with HIV in relation to their access to health services. It highlights the challenges and experiences faced by this demographic in obtaining the necessary care and treatment. The publication aims to shed light on the importance of improving healthcare services for individuals with HIV, particularly the youth, and may include personal stories, statistical data, and recommendations for policy changes to better support these individuals in the healthcare system.

Story about refugees in São Paulo for Cidade Ocupada (Occupied City) at Gazeta television.

A episode of “Cidade Ocupada” (Occupied City), a show host by Fred Melo Paiva for Gazeta television, about how indigenous live in São Paulo.

Brazil versus Sleaze

07 Jan 2016  |  www.bbc.co.uk
Brazil faces a severe economic downturn with its currency plummeting and political figures embroiled in corruption scandals, particularly involving the state oil company Petrobras. In Maranhao, former mayor Lidiane Leite is accused of embezzling funds and managing her duties via WhatsApp. Investigations are underway for a potential $4 million fraud. Governor Flavio Dino of Maranhao has reportedly reduced state expenses by eliminating luxury items from official events.

Indigenous Peoples' Day encourages the revival of culture in Argentina

08 Nov 2014  |  Folha de S.Paulo
Indigenous Peoples' Day in Argentina highlights the importance of cultural revival among indigenous communities. The UNESCO and FUNAI/Museu do Índio have been working since 2008 to document threatened indigenous languages and cultures. Pedro Moreira, of the Quechua-Aymara ethnicity, maintains a library-museum of indigenous peoples in his home in Buenos Aires, serving as a cultural hub. The article also recounts the historical discrimination faced by indigenous peoples, including the prohibition of ancestral rituals during colonization. The Argentine Constitution now recognizes the rights of indigenous peoples, but enforcement remains an issue. The article also touches on the personal stories of individuals like Dario Juarez, who discovered his Guarani heritage, and filmmaker Dailos Suárez, who produced a documentary on urban indigenous identities.

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