El Mallku and Justice in Bolivia

By Juan Trujillo Limones As a result of cardiac arrest, the historic indigenous social leader Felipe Quispe Huanca died at the age of 78 on Jan. 19 in El...

Pro-Trump Insurrection Has Valley Links

By Vic Bedoian As federal authorities scour the nation to identify and arrest members taking part in the death and destruction visited upon the U.S. Capitol last week, Briana...

Congressional Members Who Sought to Disenfranchise Communities of Color Targeted

By Pilar Marrero (Editor’s note: Seven pro-Trump California Republicans supported the decertification of the November election, and a coalition of grassroots activists of color in their respective districts wants...

Local School Board Trustee at Capitol Insurrection

By Sergio Cortes (Editor’s note: Reprinted courtesy of usparkvalley.com.) Sierra Unified School District (SUSD) Trustee James Hoak took part in the assault on the U.S. Capitol...

Will the Real State Sponsors of Terrorism Please Stand Up?

By Leni Villagomez Reeves Cuba State Sponsor of Terrorism but not Saudi Arabia? The Trump regime placed Cuba on the U.S. State Sponsor of Terrorism...

Latin America: What’s Going On and What Can We Learn

By Leni Villagomez Reeves Bolivia: It Was a MAS Landslide Yes! Luis Arce and David Choquehuanca as the candidates from the Movement to Socialism (MAS) Party—the...

Chiapas in the Decolonizing October

By Juan Trujillo Limones As reactions to a decolonizing social process, images of the demolition of statues of conquerors, colonial leaders and slaveholders in Chile and the United States...

Can Kamala Harris Bring in the Much-Needed Minority Votes?

By Eduardo Stanley With the Aug. 11 selection of Kamala Harris as his running mate, Joe Biden, the Democratic 2020 Presidential candidate, obviously hopes to attract more minority votes,...

Why Is America Lagging the World in Managing Covid?

By Sunita Sohrabji The United States, which has both the largest number of infections and deaths from Covid-19, is lagging far behind other countries, many of which have far...

The Mapuche Hope

By Juan Trujillo Limones “It is important to call today to bring out the best in us, the legacy of the grandparents, the traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples for...

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