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Mareike Winchell’s ethnography of post-hacienda life in Bolivia’s Ayopaya province reveals the complex afterlives of servitude, but fails to weigh the comparative scale between deference and refusal.
The Dominican government's attempt to reinforce its hegemony over the border river unleashed unexpected resistance in Haiti.
A historic court decision suspended the long-disputed Loma Large gold mining project in Ecuador’s paramo, but the struggle continues.
Protests in northern Argentina continue against controversial constitutional reforms that criminalize protest and clear the way for lithium extraction at the expense of Indigenous rights.
International mining companies arrive in Jequitinhonha Valley, promising development and provoking concerns about local compensation and water scarcity.
Sociologist and environmental activist Alegna Malavé Marrero talks about the battle against privatization and corruption threatening natural resources and the nation’s cultural identity.
The Irish-based multinational Smurfit Kappa's vast tracts of monoculture forestry in Colombia tie Ireland into global webs of extraction and exploitation.