Recent Articles in the NACLA Report
With a record number of candidates vying for president amid growing voter dissatisfaction, Costa Rica’s 2022 elections will likely uphold increasingly untenable inequality.
Production of a dual-language podcast from WNYC Studios and Futuro Studios offers lessons for journalism that breaks away from the white gaze.
Read the editor's introduction to our latest issue of the NACLA Report, "Dispatches from the Field," focused on media and journalism in Latin America.
In Jobos Bay, Afro-Puerto Rican communities living in the shadow of two polluting power plants fight for the right to a safe environment.
Garifuna women in New York City working to preserve life, culture, and history across borders and generations are part of a powerful lineage of resistance to anti-Blackness.
ExxonMobil’s promise of booming wealth draws on enduring colonial frontier logics. Attention to relentless resource extraction in the hinterland disrupts the mirage.
As racial capitalism rages, movements for Indigenous sovereignty and abolition offer visions of freedom on stolen land.
Read the editors' introduction to our latest print issue of the NACLA Report.
At the University of the West Indies, the campaign to rename Milner Hall highlights a decolonial struggle for historic reparations.
In Guatemala, truthtellers and preservers of the past face renewed hostility. Digitization projects help safeguard the archives of state violence.
The historic uprising against inequality reclaimed past struggles and forged new tools for present resistance.
The Biden administration holds significant political tools for navigating relations with Latin America. How will it leverage this power?