In more than two-thirds of the mining-related lawsuits against governments in the region, communities have been actively organizing against the mining activities.
For International Women’s Day 2019 is the DC premeire of a new film about the continuous role of women in the Revolution, both in the guerrilla struggle and in the construction of the new Cuban society, portrayed through the testimonies of heroines.
A roundtable discussion with IPS board members James Early and Danny Glover to talk about the ongoing crisis in Venezuela and how the rise of the political right in Latin America factors into it.
The left has a proud tradition of both democracy and anti-imperialism. It’s critical to keep both traditions in mind when addressing the current crisis in Venezuela.
Do we think people who armed death squads and started wars really want to “bring democracy” to Venezuela?
Netfa Freeman discusses ‘Troika of Tyranny,’ why the U.S. targets these three socialist countries, and the recent election of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil.
The documentary by Hernando Calvo Ospina that will be valid as long as the United States persists in attacking the Bolivarian Revolution.
Please join us to remember Orlando Letelier and Ronni Karpen Moffitt, who were assassinated on this site in 1976 by agents of the Pinochet dictatorship.
The main event in a week of meetings and events between Cuban and U.S. health care professionals about the impact of the blockade on health and how to end a policy that helps no one.
A discussion on unpacking the challenges in Colombia, what to pay attention to in the months ahead, and what will be the role of the U.S. in the context of a new president.
A detailed analysis on how the spurious ousting of President Dilma Rousseff came about and what can be done to support the social justice movements there.
A video presentation and cutting edge discussion led by Ajamu Baraka and Maurice Carney on how grassroots efforts are “Making Black Lives Matter in Riohacha, Colombia.”
Americans should be able to count on help from Washington if they run into trouble overseas.
It takes much more than one project or policy to address gentrification. It takes a movement.
A band and community organization straight from the barrios, dedicated to the socio-political and cultural changes in Venezuela today and playing an integral part in the advancement of urban artistic movements in Caracas.