Category: Guatemala

Gerardo Torres: From Resistance to Governing Power in Honduras

The problem with portions of power is if you start to fight with your comrade over that portion and you forget who your true enemy is

Jeff Abbott: Guatemala’s Attacks on Press Have Reached New Heights

The country has persecuted the founder of one of its major daily newspapers—again. But that’s just the beginning

Sandra Cuffe: The Hidden Story of a Notorious Guatemalan Nickel Mine

A trove of internal documents related to Solway Investment Group’s Fenix mine reveals bribery, pollution, and troubling efforts to repress dissent

Lucrecia Hernández Mack: General Strike in Guatemala Denounces Corruption & Mishandling of Pandemic

Major highways were blocked for hours as protesters marched through Guatemala City and in rural communities denouncing corruption, a worsening economic crisis and the government’s catastrophic mishandling of the pandemic

Sandra Cuffe: Guatemalan Communities Turn Out for Indigenous-Led Nationwide Shutdown

Guatemala’s attorney general fired a top prosecutor of corruption last week. Now, Indigenous peoples and social movements are calling for both her and the president to resign

Jen Moore: In Guatemala, Harris Should Address U.S. Policies That Put Corporations Over People

As the Vice President seeks to remedy root causes of migration, she should vow to dismantle neoliberal rules that have been devastating for rural and Indigenous peoples

Sergio Palencia Frener: Dianna Ortiz, Survivor and Witness of the Guatemalan Genocide (1958-2021)

The American nun became an important voice against torture around the world and U.S. involvement in the Guatemalan conflict

Carlos Barrientos: There is rage on the streets of Guatemala

For the past several days, hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets in Guatemala against the corruption of the political elites

Tamara Pearson: Guatemalan and Mexican governments use pandemic to turn back refugee caravan

“People who are fleeing crime and searching for a better future shouldn’t be treated like this”. “But there is something that we have, as migrants. We don’t give up, we do everything to achieve our goals.”

Jen Moore: When Police Repression is Not Enough

A U.S. Corporation is Suing Guatemala to Crush Local Mining Opposition

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