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Stories about Mexico
“Defending life means protecting the living conditions of biodiversity in order to continue to exist," Nahuatl journalist Miryam Vargas says.
So far in 2022, eight journalists have been murdered in Mexico, raising alarm among media workers as well as national and international organizations.
Moving through the world as a blind woman is not the same as it was before the pandemic, from touching objects, to finding your way, to obtaining essential coronavirus information.
Amongst solidarity, threats and vigilance, 'Hormiguita' continues to help women.
To combat isolation and discrimination, the women interviewed joined forces with other people with disabilities, activists, and associations to join together in solidarity and make change.
See these 10 stories on Black and Indigenous identity, concern for the environment, and representation online.
Listen to the songs played in Mexico, Cuba, El Salvador, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil.
Stories about the "invisible" workforce in the United States: Even though poverty rates are declining, Latinos are still among the poorest and the least educated.
The internet plays a role in imposing hegemonic language, but young people are using it to carve space for their languages.
We conducted a national public opinion web survey to better understand Mexicans' response to the increasing number of femicides.
Missed the live stream of the July 13 Global Voices Insights webinar about the role of young people in Indigenous language revitalization? Here's a replay.
LIVE on July 13: Indigenous+Digital: How young people are revitalizing their native languages on the internet
The involvement of young people is a key factor in keeping Indigenous languages alive. Join us for a conversation with language activists from Australia and Mexico to find out more!
"The creation of a similar registry was attempted in 2009, but the database ended up being leaked and for sale."
"It is vital that men take an active and critical role in the fight against the systematization that perpetuates violence against women."
Missed the livestream of the Global Voices Insights Spanish-language webinar on abortion rights in Latin America? Here's a replay.
"If you’re a feminist and you don’t stand up to people who abuse trans and nonbinary people in the name of said political movement, I’m afraid to say that you're complicit."
The Indigenous-led telecommunications organization can continue to provide affordable cell phone access to local communities in Oaxaca.
For many, destroying statues is another way to demolish, symbolically, the ideas of oppression, slavery and colonialism.
A selection of the greatest hits of the 1960s-1980s YuMex wave.
If the lesson from the pandemic is that we will survive thanks to internet connectivity and technology, then we are lost.
After World War II, Latin America had authoritarian, US-backed anti-communist governments. Facing repression at home, writers found refuge in communist Prague, in a story little-known in today's Czech Republic.