With the wave of social protests in the U.S., the conversation about racism in Venezuela has re-emerged. These stories show that we’re not as accepting as we’d like to believe
Many Venezuelans who left the country are now going back, over hardships worsened by the COVID-19 crisis. Many think that if you're going to suffer, better do it at home
Hundreds have fled Nicaragua due to the violent, deadly protests that have taken place in Managua. Meanwhile, Daniel Ortega would rather talk about how ISIS has influenced the dynamics of the protests, cataloguing dissidents as terrorists.
Daniel Ortega celebrates the 39th anniversary of the triumph of the Sandinista revolution with a violent speech and many casualties.
From April to July 2018, 351 Nicaraguans have been murdered, 261 people are missing and 2100 were wounded during protests against Daniel Ortega. Does it ring a bell yet?
My mom's spent 20 years trying to teach Venezuelan cops to respect the law and human rights. After a recent close encounter with the PNB, I ask myself: did she waste her time?
Caraqueños have always known, the place to go for good, affordable clothes in the west of Caracas was the big La Hormiga market in El Cementerio. Or, well, it always had been.
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