Tupac Amaru Neighborhood Association is named after Tupac Amaru II, the indigenous leader of the 1781 rebellion in Cuzco, Peru against the Spanish colonizers. The Tupac was formed 16 years ago in the context of severe unemployment and hunger brought by neoliberal policies that especially affected the province of Jujuy.
Fuente: DarioAranda.com / www.lavaca.org El notable crecimiento de casos de niños con enfermedades y malformaciones en el Chaco. La muerte de un fumigador de agrotóxicos: cáncer a los 40 años. La inoperancia o la complicidad […]
Originally published May 23, 2016 Source: The Intercept Brazil today awoke to stunning news of secret, genuinely shocking conversations involving a key minister in Brazil’s newly installed government, which shine a bright light on the actual […]
Source: Jacobin Brazil’s interim government is orchestrating a stunning transfer of power to the country’s elites. Brazil’s new interim president Michel Temer’s motto seems to be: “Injure all at once, and perhaps, one day, return […]
The new Latin American left, in all its shades of red or pink, has lately been experiencing perhaps its roughest string of months since it came to power. From embattled Venezuela to the possible political […]
Guatemala’s war and counter-insurgency have continued through other means. Today social and indigenous movements face free speech and legal challenges that threaten to tear them apart by dismantling leadership and organizational structures, and sending movement bases into disarray.