Manari Ushigua, the leader of the Sápara nation, sat in a ring with a group of Americans who were visiting his community in the Ecuadorean rainforest. He was interpreting their […]» Read more
Author: Mike Adams
Mike Adams is a student journalist from Kings Park, New York. Mike left New York University after a year of studying, ultimately graduating with an Associate’s Degree from Suffolk County Community College before transferring to Stony Brook University. Since he began reporting, Mike has been published in several outlets and currently works as a contributing writer for The Smithtown News and The Northport Observer. Mike covers a wide variety of topics, but is most strongly drawn to investigative journalism, crime and human interest pieces, particularly the Long Island heroin epidemic. Besides his passion for reporting, Mike is also an avid musician and creative writer. He currently lives in Smithtown, New York.
To comply with government educational regulations, every Ecuadorean teacher must input grades into the Ministry of Education’s online records twice a year. For Rosario Ishauna Ushigua Santi, a teacher in […]» Read more