The Honduran government should stop repressing indigenous leaders like Berta Cáceres.
Thirty years after Ríos Montt's atrocities, U.S. military policy in Latin America remains a human rights disaster.
The killing of four Hondurans by local police backed by DEA agents highlights the gruesome effects of our militarized War on Drugs.
A hostile labor environment in a country like Colombia, connected through a trade agreement to the U.S., has repercussions for workers at home as well.
Now is the time for the world's leaders to show support for human rights in practice, not just words.
Prisoners, some as young as 13, are being brutalized in facilities owned by private companies that exist solely to turn a profit.
Millions of lives have been disrupted and torn apart by harsh immigration enforcement practices.
Concerted action by the international community appears to be the only recourse