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Challenges of the COP21 Paris and Climate Movements

The debate is over. Now no one can deny that the world is growing warmer and that it is due to capitalist industrial activity. Or they could deny it, but without any supporting evidence in their favor.

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AMIREDIS

With Pain and Hope, Migrant Caravan Links Honduras and Washington

Paradoxically, from their status of limited mobility—both as unauthorized migrants and as individuals with injuries—the members of AMIREDIS demand the rights of human mobility, the right to cross borders with dignity, and the right of all to live with dignity in their homeland.

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In Mexico, Hunted Down for Speaking Out

Once a refuge, Mexico City has become a hunting ground where journalists end up reporting on the assassinations of their colleagues — and wondering who will be next.

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Are Journalists & Activists Safe Anywhere in Mexico? Protests Erupt over Killing of 5 in Mexico City

Will arrest of “La Tuta” change drug trade in Mexico?

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August 13, 2015

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Laura Carlsen on BBC World Have Your Say talks about the escape of El Chapo Guzman. Listen here. 

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August 10, 2015

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Commentator Laura Carlsen featured in an article about violence against journalists by People’s World. Read here.

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August 7, 2015

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Laura Carlsen featured in Waging Non-violence talking about threatened press freedom and the assassination of Ruben Espinosa. Read here. 

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