Jeny Pascacio

Agroindustry Causes Widespread Deforestation and Violence in Latin America

The Green Revolution “was a disaster.” Regardless, certain countries want to implement a second Green Revolution

Chiapas: Disappearing on the Southern Border of Mexico

It describes the context of the violence on the border over the past two years and the lives of thousands of residents affected.

Migrants Face Violence and Death as the National Institute of Migration “Depressurizes” Mexico’s Southern Border

The National Institute of Migration “depressurizes” Tapachula removing 8,152 migrants from the city: they’ve been transferred to other localities in the states of Chiapas, Tabasco, and Veracruz

“It’s Not Drought, it’s Plunder”: Assembly for Water and Life Protests CONAGUA

Denunciation of the exploitation, dispossession, repression, and contempt of the fourth transformation against land and water defenders


Despite Organized Crime Violence, Indigenous Nahuas Celebrate Fifteen Years of Building Community in Xayakalan

For the Indigenous Nahua woman Teresa, a community member of Santa María Ostula, the fifteen-year celebration is a celebration of life.

Indigenous Maya Q’eqchi’ Denounce Eviction Threats of New Communities in El Estor

Guatemala: judicial authorities and agroindustry companies pursue evictions of Indigenous communities around Lake Izabal.

Alert! Santa María Ostula Under Attack Again from the Jalisco New Generation Cartel

Indigenous Nahua community of Santa María Ostula attacked again by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel.