Six years since maca fever faded in Peru, communities who protected the root for hundreds of years still feel the effects of biopiracy
In the context of the uprising in Chile, Mapuche people debate between participation in elections and maintaining autonomy.
Electoral fraud and years of anti-communitarian aggressions cannot be minimized if the future of the Bolivian political process is to be understood.
The Drowning of Money Island shows a new side of climate change, a side that is still emerging.
“They continue with their unbridled capitalism. We need to continue the struggle.”
Colombia’s national civic strike is paving the way for a rural-urban coalition of protesters and movements that together can take on President Duque’s right-wing government.