Indigenous

January 18, 2022
Juan José Relmucao

In Puna, companies extracting lithium also drain the limited water supply for Guayatayoc communities dependent on groundwater. 

January 13, 2022
Laura Blume and Laura Aileen Sauls

In the Honduran Muskitia, Indigenous people have long been targets of violence and injustice by the government’s fight against drug trafficking.

October 11, 2021
Benjamin Dangl

The work of this Bolivian women’s group illustrates the long arc of Indigenous resistance to colonialism.

September 10, 2021
Lars Åkerson

The land defenders’ struggle continues a 500-year effort to protect a living landscape beset by ongoing extractive colonialism.

June 1, 2020
Ana Watson and Conny Davidsen

As Peru deploys its Covid-19 response, Amazonian territories—and their Indigenous residents—are left behind. 

May 6, 2020
Christina Noriega

A wind energy boom on Colombia’s Caribbean coast threatens to continue the dispossession of Indigenous communities—with a green veneer.

February 18, 2020
Madeleine Wattenbarger

The activist and journalist Samir Flores was killed one year ago. His community is still seeking answers—and continuing his fight. 

January 24, 2020
Jacquelyn Kovarik

Peru’s January 2020 congressional elections represent the fall of the Fujimori party and the unraveling of widespread nepotism and corruption. What does it mean for the Peruvian Amazon?

January 13, 2020
Jose Benjamin Montaño

As violence soars in Mexico, a controversial policy to crack down on crime is disproportionately affecting low-income individuals without improving public safety.

December 2, 2019
Samantha Demby

A Canadian corporation sponsors tourist events in southern Mexico. Local communities accuse Fortuna Silver Mines of appropriating their culture to whitewash a record of violations.

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