The Elders of the Huitoto are commemorating 30-years of the Colombian government's recognition of their ancestral territory.
Community initiatives are helping to curb the violence in Colombia's most important port city.
Beautiful estates and extensive properties once owned by the kings of cocaine cartels remain entangled in a legal limbo.
In Colombia, peace holds plenty of uncertainty for demobilized rebels and illegal combatants — as well as their neighbors.
Colombia's 19th century black president José Nieto Gil's memory has all but been whitewashed" by subtle racism and political intrigue.
A replica of Colombia's only black president is being displayed in Casa de Nariño, but the legacy of Juan José Nieto Gil remains one of abandonment and historical exclusion
Colombian film director Henry Rincón's debut feature "Pasos de Héroe" takes on the poignant theme of children landmine victims.
If you happen to have a tapping issue, compulsive or mild, you will find comfort in this rhythm nation.