Women Crossing the Line is a three part mini-documentary series - developed in collaboration with JASS (Just Associates) - that spotlights the work of women activists in Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala. In Women Crossing the Line: Breaking the Silence Against Women in Honduras we meet Honduran women activists who are rising to protect women's rights, the environment, and democracy....
Film by Judy Jackson, 2019 The migrant crisis through the eyes of Pastor Ignacio Martinez, the founder of ABBA safehouse in Celaya. It started when Ignacio and his family took food to migrants jumping freight trains Some were sick, there was nowhere to wash or sleep. So he founded ABBA, where they can...
The distinguished Argentine sociologist and researcher visits the Universidad del Cuyo to speak about political and social changes taking place in Latin America today. Video: Señal U Académico. 25 September 2017
The streets witnessed demonstrations against violence against women in Honduras. In La Esperanza, Intibucá, the feminist organization Las Hormigas celebrated this day in the midst of their worries about the increasing rate of femicide in their region. They occupied the streets to say 'Enough is enough' and organized an art competition to raise consciousness of the problem among the...
Shows footage of the infamous massacre of scores, probably hundreds of students in Mexico City, who were protesting at extravagant government spending on the Olympics and other matters. The events have never been fully investigated and genocide charges against the PRI president of the time, Luis Echeverría, were eventually dismissed. Video: directed by Alan...
Ben Zand investigates the controversial case of Evelyn Hernandez, a Salvadoran teenager raped by a gang member and then jailed for 30 years for what her supporters say was a miscarriage. El Salvador has some of the harshest abortion laws in the world, with all forms of abortion being punished and cases of...
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...

I’m here to stay

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The reality confronting migrants who manage to cross the Rio Bravo, in pursuit of the famous American dream, but finding themselves, instead, engulfed in an inhuman nightmare. "I'm here to stay I don't want your hate I came to work Not to steal... I came to stay" Dramatic and...
Yorleni is one of the women who has benefited from the Legal Advice Centre run by Las Hormigas ('The Ants'), the Intibuca Women's Organization.

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