Minguarana Producciones

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Minguarana Producciones es una asociación de profesionales del mundo de la comunicación que nace con el objetivo de dar voz a los afectados por grandes proyectos hidroeléctricos en la cuenca del río Tapajós (Oeste de Pará, Brasil)
How Hillary Clinton failed the peoples of Central America and migrants from the region to the US
Projects supported by migrant workers in the United States are helping bring life back to 'phantom' villages. LAB has a special report.
This article relies on detailed research by Cathy McIlwaine and Diego Bunge at Queen Mary, University of London. It was carried out in partnership with LAWRs and funded by the Trust for London. The videos used were made for the project by the researchers. ‘This is an issue that is always there in your life. This problem puts you aside...
This article was first published by UpsideDownWorld. You can see the original here. Header image: Over 400,000 people from 13 different countries including El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti and Nicaragua are able to live in the United States under Temporary Protected Status. Source: CHTV T he Trump administration is mulling revoking Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for tens of thousands of immigrants from Central...

Freedom has no borders

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A moving short photo-video from Francisco Elías Prada and Ángela Rodríguez Torres of LAB partner Ojos Ilegales, Venezuela. The photos convey haunting images of migrants from Central America as they cross Mexico in a desperate attempt to reach the USA. The translation of the text is: “Go back to your countries. You’re rubbish! You’re shit!” -That’s what they said to me. Illegals Travellers No...

Mexico’s Arizona Moment

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Frontera Norte Sur reports on the drug-traffickers' mass murder of international migrants that took place last week in San Fernando, Tamaulipas, Mexico (Gulf coast).  
As the impeachment process comes to an end, a group of intellectuals, both Brazilian and foreign, publish a collection of essays, analysing President Dilma Rousseff's time in government and repudiating the veiled coup.
Photographer Francisco Elias Prado, of Ojos Ilegales, in Caracas Venezuela, has sent LAB this video. He produced a photo-essay, Transmigración en Movimiento, from which LAB used the image (on p.187 of Voices of Latin America) of Ana Enamorado, a Honduran woman living in Mexico and working with the Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano (MMM). Her own son is one of the...
Photographer Francisco Elias Prado, of Ojos Ilegales, in Caracas Venezuela, has sent LAB this video. He produced a photo-essay, Transmigración en Movimiento, from which LAB used the image (on p.187 of Voices of Latin America) of Ana Enamorado, a Honduran woman living in Mexico and working with the Movimiento Migrante Mesoamericano (MMM). Her own son is one of the...

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