Fernanda Milan is a 22-year-old transgender woman and activist from Guatemala.
Jade Baker looks at the life of Bob Marley and how it is portrayed in a new biopic of the musician, directed by Kevin MacDonald.
Latin America appears to have long been in the thrall of ‘barbaric’ Marxism: the stale Stalinism of the official Communist Parties, the populist Stalinism of the Castro current, the national reformism
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After a strike by 2,000 workers and students at the American University in Cairo (AUC), which lasted more than a week, university bosses issued a statement on Monday 19 September in which they appeared to concede the strikers’ main demands.
Following the attempted coup by a section of the police against the government of Rafael Correa in Ecuador, the Mexican section of the United Secretariat of the Fourth International (the Workers Revolutionary Party — PRT in Spanish) issued a statement of opposition through the FI’s International Viewpoint.
A joint trade union effort has been established to help the people of Chile after the earthquake which left over 700 dead and thousands homeless and destitute.
Zanon victory; US union recognition law setback; Korean occupation ends; Chilean miners' strike
Thousands of workers are now on strike against the right-wing coup which deposed Honduran president Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales on 28 June.
103 miners from Tambillo, a small mining village in the region of Coquimbo in Chile, have been on official strike since May 1st.