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Renewable Energy: Reconfiguring Dispossession in Latin America

Economic policies for the energy transition in Latin America continue to reproduce old patterns of dispossession

The challenge of thinking about community: “I believe we will outlive the United States”

A self-organized space with poetry readings, tattoo fundraising, lectures and workshops in the Arizona desert

“We Must Not Be Afraid of Autonomy,” says the Mazatec Community School

In the Sierra Mazateca, teachers paid by the state see the autonomous school as a risk, but the community sees its worth.

México: Global Trade Bridge will Devastate Indigenous Peoples and Biodiversity

The Isthmus railroad will run 31,111 45-car trains annually, one every 17 minutes. Demand will far exceed 60 trains daily. ↳Read the full investigation

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Renewable Energy: Reconfiguring Dispossession in Latin America

Economic policies for the energy transition in Latin America continue to reproduce old patterns of dispossession

Repeal of Model Cities in Honduras provokes threats from the US

Senators and the U.S. Department of State call for the repeal of ZEDES and threaten Honduras for breach of trade agreements

Yaqui Political Prisoner, Fidencio Aldama, Receives Fourteen Year Prison Sentence

His legal team will appeal the criminalization of the Indigenous Yaqui who is imprisoned for defending his territory