David Morales, abogado y defensor de derechos humanos en El Salvador, habla la necesidad de solidaridad y resistencia frente a un gobierno autoritario.
Congress suspended the latest budget bill following widespread protests against political elites and their self-serving pursuit of wealth and power.
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.
Decades after being forcibly separated from their mothers, children put up for transnational adoption under Chile’s military dictatorship are searching for their origins.
After President Martín Vizcarra’s impeachment, decentralized networks broke through Peru’s fragmented political landscape and mobilized unprecedented protests.
Questionable homicide numbers, a murky police purge, and a pervasive distrust of authorities in Honduras reveal deep state failures that enable violence and impunity.
A land occupation on the outskirts of Buenos Aires showed the cracks in an increasingly unequal system and the resilience of community organization.
Tens of thousands of Guatemalan children sought refuge in Mexico during the country’s civil war, a history often overlooked in today’s discussion of child migration.
In November 15 elections, Black women are running for office to continue the legacy of the murdered councilwoman and address historical underrepresentation in politics.
Port workers in Belize City took on the powerful export industry and won important concessions, elevating working-class demands and building solidarity for ongoing resistance to defend their livelihoods.