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Sociologist and environmental activist Alegna Malavé Marrero talks about the battle against privatization and corruption threatening natural resources and the nation’s cultural identity.
A conversation with the Argentine feminist scholar and activist in New York: Latin America’s feminisms “have fundamentally altered what we understand about politics.”
Four prominent Latinx art institutions celebrate important anniversaries under the visionary leadership of Puerto Rican Women.
Activists and experts reflect on how extractive economies perpetuate colonial domination in Ecuador and Bolivia today.
In Guatemala, an Indigenous candidate was barred from running for president. Her movement’s struggle, however, goes beyond elections.
For leaders of Cauca’s Indigenous movement, the election of Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez is a major victory. But mobilization must continue.
National Liberation Army Commander Aureliano Carbonell speaks about prospects for peace in the guerrilla organization’s second round of dialogues with the Colombian government.
As fake news skyrockets, a Brazilian media scholar reflects on what’s at stake in the final days before the country’s crucial presidential vote.
For an MST activist, a win for Lula in the upcoming runoff vote against Bolsonaro is only one step in a crucial struggle to rebuild the Brazilian and Latin American Left.
For Marielle Franco's sister, the 2018 assassination and impunity surrounding it highlight how racism and misogyny in Brazil treat Black bodies as disposable.