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Thousands have participated in a month of marches and blockades as part of a minga protest in southwest Colombia. But President Iván Duque never showed up to listen to their demands.
Ciro Guerra and Cristina Gallego’s epic film tells the 1970s history of Colombia’s marijuana drug trade as it has never been told before: from an Indigenous Wayuu perspective
What are the lessons of the EZLN's revolutionary struggle for Indigenous autonomy, a quarter-century after declaring war on Mexico and global capitalism?
In Catalyst, René Rojas provides an impressive structural analysis of the Pink Tide’s rise and fall. But to explain and confront a resurgent Right across the region, our understandings of the Left turn’s shortcomings must go further.
The Electoral Court's recent decision to uphold Evo Morales's fourth presidential bid has further polarized Bolivia, with the outcome of the electoral contest now far from certain.
The rights-monitoring app was launched earlier this year in 11 countries—but some activists and experts wonder if it's just another colonial tool to extract indigenous knowledge.
Can Marichuy, an Indigenous activist, collect enough signatures to appear on ballots in Mexico's 2018 presidential election?
In Brazil, Ládio Veron, the son of slain Guarani activist Marcos Veron, continues to struggle for the rights and dignity of his people.
An interview with Lenca activist Pascuala Vásquez on the legacy of Berta Cáceres and the defense of indigenous territories and culture in Honduras.
A year after the assassination of renowned activist Berta Cáceres, Gustavo Castro reflects on the impunity that continues in the investigation of her murder.