Reparando la red de la vida: entrevista con Evelyn Martínez Mejía sobre el feminismo decolonial en El Salvador

Lux and Alharaca, January 2022. In English below. Here is audio of the penultimate response. La economista y filósofa Evelyn Martínez Mejía considera que los feminismos decoloniales son claves para entender las crisis actuales y recuperar los lazos comunales dialogando con el pasado. En conversación con su amiga, la periodista Danielle Mackey, examina la realidad... Continue Reading →

Rape and Reparations in Mexico

Lux Magazine, No. 1. En español en Alharaca. Art by Sofía Clausse. This reporting was supported by a grant from the Fund for Constitutional Government. Beginning in the summer of 2015, millions of women filled the streets of Latin America in a series of marches united by a hashtag at once a slogan and a... Continue Reading →

Central America’s Hip-Hop Guerreras

The Establishment, April 2016. In the U.S. media, Central America and Mexico mostly appear as places overpowered by corruption and skyrocketing murder rates. Violence is a defining characteristic of life here, especially for young people—but so is creativity, and art.  The Establishment recently caught up with two hip-hop artists who use music to engage in a public... Continue Reading →

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