On the 15th April 1977, Nora Cortiñas’ life would change forever. That morning would be the last time she would hear from her son, Carlos Gustavo, who on his way to work would be kidnapped by the military junta. Mehdy C Ortiz Nora Cortiñas was not alone as […]
The trouble is the United States usually tries, by all and any means, to give us inaccurate information about what is going on, to manipulate the news and hush up liberation movements. It has used wars to silence various peoples – to put an end to these liberation movements. And this we cannot allow.
Despite the state of impoverishment and tension that characterises their lives due to acts of violence in their territories, more than one million indigenous people are fighting for their identity in multi-ethnic and multicultural Colombia. Tania Peña 86 different indigenous groups, speaking 65 different languages, have been recognised […]
During the last few years, whilst Latin America lives through a process of unprecedented political, economic and social transformations, various progressive governments are now victims of conspiracies in which media monopolies play a fundamental role.
Rinelle Harper was only 16 years old when she was sexually assaulted, brutally beaten and left lying on the edge of an icy river in Winnipeg: she almost died, but survived to tell her story. Ibis Frade The tragedy of this teenager who spoke out, despite the stigma […]