Goodman provides insight into today’s crises, by documenting the history of three mechanisms of expulsion: formal deportation, voluntary departure (“return”), and so-called self-deportation.
Para las comunidades que sufren la peor parte de la crisis crónica del agua en El Salvador, los llamados a enfrentar la emergencia del coronavirus con el lavado de manos frecuente reinscribieron cruelmente la negligencia estatal y la precariedad de la vida en esta nación escasa de agua.
After the interim government declared an early end to the school year, patchy internet and poverty threaten to reduce the number of low-income youth that pursue higher education.
Under President Duque, massacres are on the rise, especially in areas where FARC-EP guerrillas previously controlled territory.
En el cono sur, los movimientos feministas que encabezan la lucha regional por el aborto legal han desarrollado nuevas maneras de apoyar el derecho a decidir a pesar de las restricciones.
Anger over police abuses boiled over after officers killed Javier Ordóñez in Bogotá on September 9.
Toby Muse tracks one kilo of cocaine from harvest to trafficking, documenting Colombia’s changed drug landscape following the 2016 Peace Accords.
Beyond harrowing scenes of overburdened hospitals and loved ones unable to bury their dead, Ecuador’s coronavirus crisis has also produced carceral involution: “immunological elites” stay home while the poor and working class must risk contagion and incarceration.
Extensive territory, water resources, and port access have made the southeastern state of Yucatán a major player in Mexico's pork industry.
Organizations are calling for the next administration to adopt a foreign policy toward Latin America based on non-intervention, non-interference, and mutual respect.