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Todavía somos el tiempo, an exhibition commissioned by the Chilean government and featuring material from NACLA’s archives, is now on view at the National Center of Contemporary Art in Santiago.
Once again, Chileans voted no on a constitutional referendum. The Pinochet-era constitution endures while the path to reform remains uncertain.
Latin American leaders are split on Israel’s bombardment of Gaza. But in Chile, the Palestinian diaspora, Indigenous communities, and others have stood with the people of Gaza.
Scenes from Santiago capture the ongoing struggle for truth and justice, half a century after the beginning of a reign of state terror under Pinochet's dictatorship.
Fifty years on, overcoming the legacy of Pinochet and the coup remains extremely difficult. Explore NACLA's coverage.
Amid right-wing backlash and setbacks in the historic effort to rewrite the dictatorship-era constitution, Pinochet's shadow still hangs heavy.
As emboldened far-right denialists dismiss the horrors of state terrorism, seeking truth and justice for systematic sexual political violence remains urgent, 50 years after the 1973 coup.
Fifty years after documenting the Allende government and the events of 1973, Guzmán says that if he were to make a film about Chile today “it would be a film of questions.”
El cineasta que documentó el gobierno de Allende y los hechos del año 1973 reflexiona que si hiciera una película sobre Chile hoy, "sería una película de interrogaciones."
Fifty years on from the coup that installed dictatorship and neoliberalism in Chile, protest art from the streets of Santiago underlines the present reverberations of an authoritarian past.