Land defenders in the struggle against criminal groups, Mennonites and western development in Peru
Failed by the Government, international institutions and the world, three Indigenous activists have been murdered by Mexican Narco-paramilitary group
How communities in Guatemala are using ancestral knowledge to build community resilience and restore food systems
A look into the resistance of the Indigenous Totonaco communities from the Sierra Norte of Puebla against transnational mining, fracking and hydroelectric projects, and how they are building new forms of community resilience following the COVID-19 pandemic.
A spotlight on the Indigenous and Afro-descendent communities in the mountains of Guerro, Mexico who have organised to defend their territories against violence and extractivism
The introduction to a series documenting the resistance struggles in the central region of Mexico - and a Caravan that united them all.
How the Lenca Indigenous community is struggling to preserve their territories and their rights to autonomy and self determination against transnational mega-projects.
The continued resistance of the Otomi community in the face of discrimination, violence and gentrification
The author tells the story of the 20 Nahua Indigenous communities who took on the Danone company extracting and ruining their water supply.