The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the apathy of elites and leaders towards the workers who keep cities running.
An unpublished 2015 interview reminds us of the relevance of Berta’s powerful legacy, more than four years after her assassination.
More than 400 people have sustained eye injuries in Chile since October 2019.
One of the lawsuits says citizens rightly fear “being thrown into a van by anonymous agents.”
Over two million people were in the streets of Santiago on International Women's Day this year, the last major protest before Chile's COVID lockdown.
The civilian half of Sudan's transitional government has struggled to assert or leverage its moral authority in the face of military intransigence.