A popular Rwandan musician was found dead in a jail cell, in a country where danger lurks for opponents of the president.
Domestic workers from a working class area of the city of Guayaquil describe their experiences navigating the coronavirus crisis.
Farmworkers in the US, many of whom are undocumented, must be protected during the pandemic.
Substantial epidemiological research shows that mass incarceration raises contagion rates for infectious disease—both for people in jails, and for the community at large.
Histories of foreign exploitation and the stigma of narco-violence complicate growth in a booming field.
“The virus will not distinguish between a political dissident and a police officer or a judge.”