Stories about Latin America from August, 2018
The political and emotional challenges of diaspora activism are complex: "Receiving news firsthand also means feeling it firsthand."
"Your censorship is in the closure of concerts...It was always there, you only legalized it. Then you accuse us of politicizing art...Stop already with the repression...."
"I imagine Venezuela's [next] generation. . . A generation for whom dissent goes against the idea of the nation. A country of indoctrination, without arguments or debate. A silent country."
Run by young reporters from the 130-year-old Colombian newspaper El Espectador, La Pulla combines hard analyzes with a raw sense of humor to delve into complex topics.
Brazil's internet has turned an obscure far-right conspiracy theory on its head.
"If Super Drags is a cartoon for adults why is the Brazilian Paediatrics Society worrying itself?"
Free Brazil Movement is accusing the platform of censoring right-wing groups.
To understand the changing dynamics of the many Cuban families with members living abroad, spend some time in the country's public wifi parks.
Support for the movement has expanded on social media to include similar struggles in other counties.