El Programa de las Américas transita hacia MIRA. Feminismos y democracias.
Peoples’ movements from the pan-Amazon countries published a collective letter with a series of demands in defense of the biome and delivered it to the heads of state meeting at the Amazon
A global enterprise based in Spain may seem an unlikely role model for a fledging American Indian initiative. But inspired by its success, Winona’s Hemp and Heritage Farm in Anishinaabeg territory is
On August 5 and 6, 2023, 181 women delegates and councilwomen of the CIG-CNI, 27 girls and boys, 14 comrades and 7 support comrades from the Afro-Mestizo, Afro-Mexican, Binni Zaa, Chol, Chontal,
The Yanomami child stares with blank eyes out of a body reduced to skin and bones by extreme hunger. The image of the Yanomami humanitarian crisis circled the globe early this year.
More than 220 mega hog farms operate in the Yucatan territory, wreaking havoc on water reserves, traditional agriculture, food sovereignty and territorial control by local communities. This industry relies on exports and
Stating that “oil and lithium belong to the nation”, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador issued a decree “to nationalize lithium so that it cannot be exploited by foreigners, neither by Russia, nor
Nevada-based mining firm is suing Guatemala for more than $400 million, the first suit of its kind for the impoverished Central American country. The company contends that the Guatemalan government didn’t do
Throughout Mexico, extractivist projects by companies in mining, tourism and forestry are invading communal and ejido territories. And throughout Mexico, the defenders of these territories are assassinated, disappeared, accused, criminalized. But they