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As Honduras Collapses, Its People are Forced to Flee

Honduras is collapsing. The thousands of migrants who flee every day are direct testimony to a political, economic and social crisis that the world ignores and the U. S. government seems bent on perpetuating.

Mexico’s LeBaron Massacre and the War that Will Not Cease

The execution of three women and six of their children in the state of Sonora shocked the public in Mexico and the United States, where the family held dual citizenship, and once again put President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on the defensive.

Mexico’s Refugees

For the past year, Ciudad Juarez has been a flashpoint of the migrant and refugee humanitarian crisis gripping the U.S.-Mexico  Continue Reading »

ARTICLES

As Honduras Collapses, Its People are Forced to Flee

Mexico’s LeBaron Massacre and the War that Will Not Cease

Mexico’s Refugees

Fires Raging in the Rain Forest Add to Environmental, Economic Crisis for Brazilian Government

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MULTIMEDIA

Mexico’s Dilemma: Tariffs or Impose Trump’s Draconian Immigration

World Summit of Mothers of the Disappeared

Interview with Robert Reich: Closing the Border to Mexico is “Insane”

IN THE MEDIA

Global Exchange: “Venezuela’s crisis: Is there any good way out?”

View our expert panel to hear from Miguel Tinker Salas, Venezuelan scholar and Professor of Latin American History at Pomona College; Laura Carlsen, Mexican journalist and director of the Americas Program, and Medea Benjamin, author and anti-war activist on the growing crisis in Venezuela.

 

 

 

Laura Carlsen on Friday’s KPFA news roundup: Venezuela, the wall-asylum-Trump’s shutdown, Syria and the teachers’ strike

 

An Open Letter to the United States: Stop Interfering in Venezuela’s Internal Politics