The Colombian Awakening

Translated  by Marvin Najarro In 2015 it was Guatemala, demonstrating against corruption on sunny Saturdays. Latin America was amazed to see the submissive and “chambona” Guatemalan society finally rising up after having elected a genocidal as president; they did not protest demanding justice for the victims of the genocide that they denied it took place, but…

Liliana López Foresi: To be good journalist one must learn. One does not learn to be a good person.

Translated  by Katrina Hassan This article belongs to The Insurgent Women series Liliana López Foresi, is a reference point to commitment in journalism. Her journalism is not one that is bribed, or that destroys, but resists and is has solidarity when everything goes wrong. She is a myth, a legend of journalism that many of the…

Gender Based Violence is a State Policy

Translated  by Resumen Latinoamericano, North America bureau Violence against women and the impoverished and exploited masses is a State policy in societies with neoliberal governments. Before the armed wing, there is the resource of religion, which emotionally manipulates the excluded but doubly violates women because of their gender. In the name of faith, protected by…