From efforts to limit medical care for trans people to bans on inclusive language, LGBTQI+ rights are under threat across the region.
In Brazil’s semi-arid northeast, family farmers are using technology and collective resource management to fight climate change and environmental degradation.
Durante décadas, las abundantes reservas de petróleo de Arauca han provocado conflicto entre grupos armados ilegales, el ejército colombiano y empresas multinacionales.
Anadelia A. Romo’s book analyzes the visual and symbolic reinvention of Salvador, exposing how tourism, the arts, and the elite emphasized Blackness as a unique element of Bahian identity for profit.
For decades, oil-rich Arauca has been the site of intense conflict involving illegal armed groups, the Colombian military, and multinational corporations.
A pesar de esfuerzos comunitarios, una empresa minera transnacional ha profanado un cementerio de 200 años en Honduras.
A mayor’s edict in the Cuauhtémoc neighborhood of Mexico City whitewashes rótulos, the iconic designs of street vendors that have adorned city streets for generations.
The new government calls for negotiations with armed groups and new approaches to the war on drugs that includes affected communities.
In this introduction to the new podcast Brazil on Fire, journalist Michael Fox sets the scene for Brazil’s critical October 2022 presidential elections.
The Guelaguetza is often a site of politics and protest. This year, one survivor denounced state complicity in the country’s rampant gender violence.