Articles by: Enrique Salvador Rivera
February 2, 2014
Most critics have failed to recognize the central role of neoliberalism in the Dominican Republic’s wave of anti-Black policies. The law has an underlying fear: the presence of the very Haitian migrants it depends on.
January 30, 2014
The color red bursts from the walls and from the clothes of hundreds of Salvadorans and Salvadoran-Americans who are gathered to welcome El Salvador’s Vice President, Salvador Sánchez Cerén, the former guerilla commander of the FMLN and this party’s candidate for president in next year’s elections.