As countries gather to elect members to the Americas’ most important human rights institution, worries of a conservative takeover.
An interview with Thelma Cabrera, Maya Mam human rights defenders, who was barred from running for president in Guatemala.
The reactionary forces unleashed during Jair Bolsanaro's reign have not gone away under the Lula government.
A rail line built for tourists may destroy Indigenous communities up and down the Yucatán peninsula.
Why is the cattle industry so afraid of recent findings in equine paleohistory?
Una línea de tren construida para los turistas podría destruir comunidades indígenas a lo largo y ancho de la península de Yucatán.
The run-up to Guatemala's Presidential elections have been escalating land theft, political imprisonments, and resistance.
The last man standing in defense of the “bourgeois” constitution would be the Marxist President, AK-47 in hand.
Deforestation in Brazilian Amazon down by 68% since last year—in part thanks to President Lula's policies.
The extreme right takes 22 out of 50 seats on a committee to rewrite the constitution.
US government and its allies in the media continue to try to assert imperial influence over Latin America.
In 1973, Marc Cooper was detained for carrying a weapon in the streets of Santiago. It could have gone much worse.
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