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featured image: Protestors in Guatemala City try to tear down the statue of Christopher Columbus on Avenida de las Americas on Oct. 12, 2021. Working to forge indigenous solidarity south and north regardless of borders, two Maya leaders seeking asylum in the US, Kaxh Mura’l...

"On the Horizon: Outspoken Women Making Documentaries" is a Skylight series of interviews with emerging filmmakers, artists, documentarians focused on collaborative, ethical storytelling with historically disenfranchised communities around the world. Read more in the series here. I met Brooke during the inaugural Woodstock Film Festival Filmmaker’s...

“It’s not about immigrant rights, it’s about human rights. We are all human.” So began a transformative weekend of leadership training by Gabriela Castañeda of the Movement for Immigrant Rights in Pennsylvania (MILPA), part of our upcoming documentary film Borderland.  The core idea at the...

The U.S. government must urgently prioritize the fight against corruption and assume the consequences Originally published in El Periodico on September 4, 2021 One of the objectives of Joe Biden's administration is to reduce migration and try to stop the unstoppable waves of migrants leaving Guatemala and other Central...

In thinking about the power of international justice, July 17th is the day that stands out. On that day in 1998 the Rome Statute was passed, opening the way for the International Criminal Court (ICC) to come into being, seeking to change the paradigm of...

Let me start with a personal note: I first arrived in Cartagena, Colombia many years ago shortly after being enthralled by Gabriel García Márquez’s magnificent novel “100 Years of Solitude,” a story that lit my imagination and in many ways set the course of my...

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