A relationship between a U.S. and a Mexican union, forged in the face of NAFTA, has borne fruit over decades of struggle. Two leaders reflect on the importance of international solidarity.
The 2009 U.S.-backed coup ruptured Honduras’s three-decade-old democracy. Despite a media blockade, militarization, and deadly repression, the people took to the streets—and refused to back down.
A finales de 2023 cuando incendios forestales arrasaron Bolivia, una protesta pública clasista, racista y capitalista desvió atención de las causas principales de sequía y deforestación.
El sector cultural se destaca en la resistencia ante las políticas de derecha en Argentina. Más allá de disciplinas, en dos años se conformó un movimiento unificado que se hace escuchar.
The cultural sector stands out in the resistance to right-wing austerity policies in Argentina.
As massive wildfires swept across Bolivia in late 2023, a classist, racist, and capitalist public outcry deflected from the primary drivers of drought and deforestation.
As Peru’s elderly population grows, long-term care facilities are failing older adults dependent on their services in Lima.
Felipe Gálvez's award-winning film Los Colonos delves into Chile’s brutal settler-colonial past, exposing the consequences of cultural extermination and resonating with Latin America's contemporary Indigenous struggles.
Often overlooked in the story of U.S. imperialism in Central America, Honduras has served as a training base and staging ground for interventions throughout the region. In the 1980s, the impacts were devastating.
For a small farmer in Rio de Janeiro state, a private port catering to the fossil fuel industry has brought a decade-long struggle to remain on the land.