This is “Frida”, she has saved 52 people so far in Mexico’s Earthquake.

A rescue dog who’s helped to save over 50 people trapped in the rubble of Mexico’s earthquake.

Having already save 52 lives during her career, Frida is plunging back into the rubble to find more people.

The six-year-old labrador has been deployed at disasters across Central and North America,  participating in rescue missions in Haiti, Ecuador and Honduras.

Heroes not always wear red capes!.


Meet Mexico’s unlikely hero: a 7 year old labrador named Frida.

Frida is part of the special Canine Search and Rescue Group that works with the Mexican Marine, and prior to yesterday’s earthquake she had saved 52 lives in Honduras, Ecuador, Haiti, and Oaxaca.
She started her training when she was two years old, and she hasn’t stopped making our country proud ever since.

After the 7.1 earthquake that happened on September 19th, Frida was quick to get to work, and she has been able to rescue 12 lives so far, aside from locating the bodies of more than 20 people.


Latin America + capital cities  (North and Central America + Caribbean)

Alphabetical order (by country) - part 2/2

○ Explore Latin America ○

To these countries:

Japan 🇯🇵
Costa Rica 🇨🇷
Spain 🇪🇸
Chile 🇨🇱
Colombia 🇨🇴
Honduras 🇭🇳
Ecuador 🇪🇨
Panama 🇵🇦
El Salvador 🇸🇻
Israel 🇮🇱
Peru 🇵🇪
United States 🇺🇸
Germany 🇩🇪

Thank you so much for the help you’ve been sending me and my citizens! I’m very grateful for your solidarity during this hard time for me. I love you all! _Mexico 🇲🇽

A las feministas del primer mundo les vienen con el cuento de que el feminismo no les hace falta porque lo suyo no es opresión, que se fijen en las mujeres del tercer mundo, que esas sí están jodidas, que no se quejen porque podrían estar peor.
A mí me viene mi madre conque el feminismo no me es necesario porque debería dar las gracias por vivir en un zona urbana de Pakistán, que al menos no vivo en una zona rural donde a las chicas jóvenes las casan con hombres que les doblan la edad, que podría estar peor.
Nuestra empleada del hogar, Shabana, casada con su tío a los 15 y que ahora, con 18 ya tiene dos criaturas, jamás ha oído hablar de feminismo. Su padre le dice que debería dar las gracias, ya que su marido no la pega ni le arroja “tehzaab” (ácido), que podría estar peor.
¿Esto es un patrón o me lo parece solo a mí?
—  pocketfullofsterek.

Maya ceremonial dress

The Maya people (sometimes Mayans) are a group of Indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica. They inhabit southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. The overarching term “Maya” is a collective designation to include the peoples of the region that share some degree of cultural and linguistic heritage; however, the term embraces many distinct populations, societies, and ethnic groups that each have their own particular traditions, cultures, and historical identity.

The pre-Columbian Maya population was approximately eight million.[3] There were an estimated seven million Maya living in this area at the start of the 21st century.[1][2]Guatemala, southern Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula, Belize, El Salvador, and western Hondurashave managed to maintain numerous remnants of their ancient cultural heritage. Some are quite integrated into the majority hispanicized Mestizo cultures of the nations in which they reside, while others continue a more traditional, culturally distinct life, often speaking one of the Mayan languages as a primary language.

Maya blue is an ancient, long-lasting pigment with special significance to the Maya, associated with sacrifice and Maya deities, including the rain god Chaak.

Photo 1: Mayan Dancer Representing Jaguar in Pre-Hispanic Mayan Culture, Xcaret, Riviera Maya, Yucatan, Mexico

Photo 3: Honduras

Photo 5: Headdress with quetzal feathers

Argentina, Brasil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, México, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, Puerto Rico, República Dominicana, Uruguay, Venezuela. *-*  ¿ De que país eres ?


I have to repost my art with DeviantArt watermarks because I’ve had people repost my art without my permission and not even source me. So here are some of the girls that I have done so far. There is a second post coming with the rest of the because of Tumblr’s posting limit. Ah well… All these girls are available on my Redbubble and my Society6 for purchase. 

1. Dominican Republic

2. Colombia

3. Mexico

4. Brazil

5. Puerto Rico

6. Barbados

7. Haiti

8. Cuba

9. Honduras

10. Guyana