This Week on Artists Protest in Cuba, Maya Dispossession in Belize, Transforming Guatemalan Democracy & Alberto Fernández's First Year in Office


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December 18, 2020
The pandemic and economic recession in Argentina are challenging Alberto Fernández’s aspirations to emulate his mentor Néstor Kirchner.  
December 16, 2020
As national protests call for the resignation of the president and Congress, many organizations have a bigger demand: transforming the violent foundations of Guatemalan democracy.
December 15, 2020
Even after the Maya’s watershed 2015 Caribbean Court of Justice land rights victory, the Government of Belize continues to condone land grabs in Indigenous territory. 

December 14, 2020

The 27N movement calls for political freedom for all Cubans and the end of state repression of artists and journalists.