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Anger over police abuses boiled over after officers killed Javier Ordóñez in Bogotá on September 9.
Mexican protesters share the story of illegal detentions in the aftermath of a police killing.
Two struggles—Black liberation and immigrant rights—are intertwined and must be confronted together, which means acknowledging there is racism in the project of Latinidad.
In the laboratory of neoliberalism, Chileans are rejecting the commodification of humanity and widening the cracks that will tear the system down.
Through the 8M protest and Paro Nacional, women demanded dignity and humanity through collective action for women and led by women.
Peace has become the central axis of political-economic contestation in Colombia, as competing visions of what peace means to different sectors play out in the streets.
A selection of NACLA’s recent coverage of the deep inequality, human rights abuses, and government failures to adequately deliver on the promise of peace undergirding recent protests in Colombia.
Artistic expression is not only central to the protests in Chile—it's part of a long national tradition of resistance.
As Colombian demonstrators clamor for inclusive policies, genuine peace, and respect for human rights, the elite recycle discourses decrying “vandalism” that aim to delegitimize dissent.
A collection of NACLA's coverage spanning more than a decade of Evo Morales's time in power to help contextualize turmoil in Bolivia.