by Beenish Ahmed Apr 13, 2016
“Gangs don’t forgive,” the wife of a Salvadoran police officer said. “If they didn’t harm me, they’d harm my children.”
by Alice Ollstein Apr 13, 2016
Clinton told the NY Daily News that the Honduran government "followed the law" in ousting its president and said, "I think in retrospect we managed a very difficult situation without bloodshed."
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Mar 16, 2016
Less than two weeks after award-winning environmentalist Berta Cáceres was shot dead in her house in Honduras, another member of her organization was killed.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Mar 4, 2016
At least 116 environmental activists were murdered in 2014, and 40 percent of those killed are from indigenous communities.
by Marlene Cimons -- Guest Contributor Mar 3, 2016
Berta Cáceres organized the indigenous Lenca people successfully against construction of a dam, and had been the target of numerous death threats.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Feb 6, 2016
In spite of the increasing dangers, the U.S. has yet to halt deportations back to Central America.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 25, 2016
There were another 201 cases where children ran away or the families couldn't be found.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 21, 2016
"These are real children with bright futures who are interesting and smart and could be any one of us."
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 14, 2016
But advocates are raising concerns that U.S. officials are looking for cover for their ongoing deportation raids.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jun 25, 2015
"I have reached the conclusion that we must make substantial changes in our detention practices with respect to families with children," the Department of Homeland Security Secretary said.