How to Pay a Debt Past Due

Escrito por  |  2 / March / 2012

The famine in the Sierra Tarahumara reveals a problem that goes beyond the current crisis— it demonstrates the structural exploitation of the Rarámuri, O’odam, Warixó and Odame peoples. Facied with an outpouring of solidarity and concern in the local, national and international public, the Governor of Chihuahua, Cesar Duarte, has said recently that both the government and society owe a “historical debt” to the Indian people of Mexico’s largest state.

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The Bitter Taste of Brazil’s World Cup

Escrito por  |  20 / February / 2012

With two years to go before the World Cup in Brazil, already people are questioning the massive evictions caused by the Cup’s enormous infrastructure projects and the legal privileges that must be conceded to the all-powerful FIFA, which has set itself up as a kind of super-state capable of imposing its own laws and special tribunals.

Native Wisdom Guides Movement to Close Keystone Pipeline Route

Escrito por  |  13 / February / 2012

By Talli Nauman The Oglala Sioux Tribe’s rally Feb. 11 against the Keystone XL Pipeline showed the extent to which  Continue Reading »

From Perote to Tar Heel

Escrito por  |  9 / February / 2012

For over two decades, Smithfield has used NAFTA and the forces it unleashed to become one of the world’s largest growers, packers and exporters of hogs and pork. But the conditions created in Veracruz to help it make high profits, as one of Mexico’s largest pig producers, also plunged thousands of Veracruz residents into poverty.

Colombian Youth Confront Violence with Creativity

Escrito por  |  9 / February / 2012

But if not by force, how do we lower the levels of crime and violence that plague our countries? Colombia doesn’t only have the drug war model to offer the world; it is also home to initiatives that seek to connect at-risk youth to ways to regain self-esteem and to get them out of the only livelihood that doesn’t require academic credentials— crime.