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For Central Americans fleeing homophobic and transphobic violence, heading North is an act of resistance—from our winter 2018 issue, Women Rising in the Americas.
Understanding legal violence against Central American families
In the wake of an electoral rout and growing internal divisions, El Salvador’s Left is facing its starkest crisis in decades.
An onslaught of conservative rulings by the Supreme Court in El Salvador threatens the 2018 mid-term elections—and the very fabric of the nation’s post-conflict institutions.
U.S. policies helped create gang culture in El Salvador, a country with no previous history of U.S.-style gangs and gang warfare.
How the U.S. and Salvadoran politicians alike use Temporary Protected Status (TPS) as a political tool—and what can be done.
The Trump administration’s depiction of Central American gang members conveniently overlooks the United States’ role in perpetuating gang violence at home and abroad.
Community members in the Salvadoran town of Tacuba responded to the state’s failure to provide clean water by creating their own well system. Now the mayor wants to claim ownership.
What can the assassination of Sister Maura during El Salvador’s civil war teach us about humanity for Central American refugees today?
In El Salvador, the legacies of violence persist and intensify.