Articles by: Néstor David Pastor
A new documentary highlights the many difficulties facing an emerging generation of young farmers in Puerto Rico.
Decades after her shocking murder, the Afro-Peruvian activist and organizer’s legacy for affirming life and collective dignity is more relevant than ever.
50 years ago, the struggle against urban renewal led a group of mostly working class Puerto Ricans on Manhattan’s West Side to form a revolutionary socialist movement, combining community-based activism, Third World solidarity, and Puerto Rican independence.
After a turbulent week, Peruvian politics has settled back into an uneasy calm. But the nascent protest movement appears unlikely to settle for the status quo.
A new documentary provides an opportunity for audiences to reclaim a critical chapter in Peruvian history—the 1969 agrarian reform.
Four months after Peruvian president Martín Vizcarra dissolved Congress, Peruvians went to the polls on Sunday. The results are murky.
With his latest constitutional maneuvering, President Martín Vizcarra is trying to change Peru's political landscape while avoiding the fate of his predecessors.