Heinous crime beyond belief.
But what if it was all about belief?
Not money. Not pedophilia.
A belief promoted by the government as a means of supporting the country’s politics.
This is exactly what happened in
, according to a report by Spain “ Time World: “Spain’s Stolen-Babies Scandal: Empty Graves and a Silent Nun.
In the years just after
, Spanish dictator Spain’s civil war arrested tens of thousands of former Francisco Franco and other dissidents. The children of these dissidents were taken away from their families and placed in state-run orphanages or convents to be reassigned to families “ Republicans whose values better coincided with the regime’s.”
Artist: La Mala Rodriguez
Country: Spain ( ) Seville
Genre: Hip-Hop Latino
Mood: Chiiillll…head nodding…fingers tapping.
World Music Monday
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Culture correspondent and author
Mary Elizabeth Williams explores Spain’s “artistic discipline” of bullfighting, and the suffering it imposes upon bulls.
Supporters of the sport cite its
cultural value, while detractors say that bullfighting is blatant animal torture.
What do you think about bullfighting?
World News Wednesday
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