Articles by: NACLA

January 21, 2020

Rio de Janeiro’s poor communities face increasing vulnerability as armed groups expand control of entire neighborhoods, operating illicit businesses from protection rackets to real estate, with dire consequences for local residents living under a violent parallel state.

January 21, 2020

Las comunidades marginalizadas de Rio de Janeiro enfrentan cada vez mas vulnerabilidad como consecuencia de los grupos armados que expandan su control de barrios enteros, operando negocios ilícitos con impactos serios para los habitantes viviendo bajo un estado paralelo violento.

January 20, 2020

A dictatorship-era torturer is suing one of his victims in Brazil in a stark reminder of how Bolsonaro emboldens rights abusers. 

January 17, 2020

Join us on February 5th at Word Up Books for a free screening of Código Color, Memorias (2015) and ¿Grandes Ligas? (2008), part of the Documentales Sociales en las Américas series.

January 16, 2020

Closing its doors after over half a century of promoting internationalism from Havana, the Organization in Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America leaves a historical and artistic record of unprecedented Third World solidarity.

January 16, 2020

Cerrando sus puertas después de mas de medio ciclo de promover el internacionalismo desde La Habana, la Organización de Solidaridad de los Pueblos de África, Asia y América deja un registro histórico y artístico de solidaridad tricontinental sin precedentes.

January 15, 2020

Recent earthquakes and aftershocks in Puerto Rico generate overwhelming evidence of the urgent need for community-directed renewable energy.

January 14, 2020

Join NACLA and Brooklyn for Peace on Tuesday, January 28th at the Brooklyn Commons for a community forum featuring Pamela Calla and Zeeshan Aleem.

January 14, 2020

One notorious detention center for unaccompanied immigrant children has shuttered. But the only way to ensure safety and dignity for all immigrant children is to insist on the abolition of detention.

January 13, 2020

As violence soars in Mexico, a controversial policy to crack down on crime is disproportionately affecting low-income individuals without improving public safety.

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