News & Analysis
The essence of the phenomenon tied to Jair Bolsonaro’s rise is extreme, and it is a potent force for radicalizing people towards authoritarian and violent positions.
A controversial, high-profile detention reveals deep divides within the MAS and an uncertain path forward amid an ongoing conservative backlash.
Peru’s latest political crisis is rooted in the failure of key transitions to consolidate democracy and basic social coexistence.
Colombia now has one of the most liberal abortion regimes in the Americas, but with conservative groups rallying in opposition, the future of the country’s abortion rights is far from secure.
Erased from the archive, the remarkable story of one Afro-Dominican revolutionary illuminates the Dominican colonial desire for whiteness at the expense of Black women’s lives.
Laura Mora’s new film depicting five boys on a journey to claim a small piece of land severs the violent myths governing heterosexuality in Colombian society, crafting potent worlds of queer possibility, care, and liberation in the face of violence and dispossession.
Recent acts of anti-Haitian violence and discrimination are not isolated events, but part of a long history of anti-Blackness in the Dominican Republic.
For one activist, Chile’s proposed constitution missed a historic opportunity to defend migrant rights amid a right-wing backlash that ultimately defeated the new progressive charter.
The inauguration of the leftist two-time former leader as Brazil’s president is a source of hope for social and environmental movements worldwide.
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Examples of the best original photography NACLA published in 2022, both online and in our quarterly magazine, the NACLA Report.