Source: Honduras Culture and Politics Honduran news media today published reports based on the latest CID Gallup poll, of a sample of 1220 voters surveyed between September 6 and 12. Reuters reported only that Xiomara […]
Increasingly migrants are forced to travel via the dangerous La Bestia, the freight train that traverses Mexico, which earned its name because it has taken the lives of so many of its passengers. Death recently struck again, when La Bestia derailed in Huimanguillo, Tabasco, close to the Guatemalan border.
Inatoy Sidsagi and his cousin Esteban Herrera, from the indigenous Kuna Yala (also known as Guna Yala) nation in Panama, make up the indigenous rap group Kunarevolution. They rap about Mother Earth and the Kuna’s […]
From the Mines to the Streets provides an engaging introduction to twentieth-century Bolivian political developments that will deepen activists’ appreciation of this country. Written from the perspective of a passionate dedication to social justice, this is a key text to understand Latin American struggles.
A new paper by Survival International Director, Stephen Corry, exposes serious flaws behind the long-standing claims that the Yanomami tribe of the Amazon are ‘fierce’ and violent. The paper was published earlier this month by […]
Throwing diplomatic protocol to the winds, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff launched a blistering attack on the United States for illegally infiltrating its communications network, surreptitiously intercepting phone calls, and breaking into the Brazilian Mission to the United Nations. […]
Source: La Jornada How can one not think about what happened in Acteal 16 years ago, when one sees the caravan of displaced people reaching this emblematic site, accompanied by the melancholy music of Tzotzil […]
The remarkable Ecuadorian proposal to leave about 900 million barrels of heavy crude in the ground in exchange for international contributions amounting to about half its value, was recently abandoned by President Rafael Correa. The […]