Located in the Bolivian Amazon, the indigenous people of the Tipnis region are at the centre of a debate following the passing of a law for development that seeks to integrate the zone with the rest of the country.
The forced disappearance of activists belonging to the Tzeltal community in Chiapas shows how narco-narratives are used to hide cases of political repression during the War on Drugs Marcella Via The Tzeltal are an ancient Maya sub-group located in the highlands of Chiapas State. Traditionally, Tzeltal people are […]
On 26 September 2014, 43 students from the rural teachers college of Ayotzinapa, in Southern Mexico were forcibly disappeared by police. To this day, their whereabouts is unknown. According to official figures, there are more than 30,000 disappeared persons in Mexico and each day more and more persons are being […]
The offensive of the wealthy Creole classes in Latin America has not yielded the results they had hoped for. The ruling classes have achieved certain successes but their domination has in no way been established and instead, on the contrary, all that looms overhead are black clouds which threaten the […]
The explosive influx of Haitians into Chile – more than forty thousand in just seven months – dominates the conversations in a country which despite its overwhelming miscegenation was never home to immigration Text and photos by Pablo Sapag M. For three decades Super 8 has been Chile’s […]