Latest posts by Stephanie Crane
"Cuba understood that it had the right to have rights."
‘Women’s role in science is vital': An interview with Ecuadorian scientist Patricia Castillo Briceño
"We cannot afford to lose half of the scientific talent due to lack of gender equity."
It's impossible to explain with words what it was like to live with the anxiety of waiting ... the fear that the bill could be rejected.
"I left just in time, pressing onward and calling out for water, but there was no one to help. I felt like I was dying."
"The country burns because of agribusiness and real estate speculation. Where there was fire, today there are soybeans and machines ready for construction."
"At the Red Cross we believe in humanity, in alleviating human suffering in every circumstance."
"It is imperative to break the culture of silence."
Long excluded from the festival, woman and non-binary people have now claimed their place.
The story of Lucía, an 11-year-old girl forced to carry a pregnancy to term after being raped, became a symbol in the struggle for the right to safe abortion.
Mexico has a prolific tradition of printmaking, its defining visual characteristics having endured from pre-Hispanic times into modernity
In 2020, Argentine feminists rekindle the fight for legal abortion with renewed strength and hope.
"Every recovered bone and identified remain is a triumph of truth and justice that is essential to nourish the memories people carry with them throughout the rest of their lives."
"That Lydia is so shocked by her own country’s day-to-day realities gives the impression that Lydia might not be… a credible Mexican. In fact, she perceives her own country through the eyes of a pearl-clutching American tourist."
''Beyond the joke that "every breath you take" seems like it could be written by the NSA, we realized that this is about a man that spies on a woman.''
Puerto Ricans remember renowned artist's legacy.
Fifty years after the Mexican Movement of 1968, students continue their march against violence and impunity
"We are the grandchildren of '68".
Can the United States connect Cubans to the internet? A historical review from the Cuban perspective
There is likely no way for the United States to provide internet access to Cuba without authorization by the Cuban government.
Reaching a peace agreement that puts an end to one of the oldest conflicts in the hemisphere is complicated by the murder of three members of the newspaper El Comercio.
A presidential candidate proposes amnesty as a solution to Mexico's internal conflict. Such a proposition is not novel in the region -- nor is the controversy it sparks.
"Dictatorships not only learn but are sophisticated in their methodology."
The Center for Education and Promotion for Sustainable Development is a commitment to participatory environmental management and political ecology in Cuba.