Tutu Alicante, the executive director of EG Justice, returns to the LMC to discuss the lastest on Equatorial Guinea, the only Spanish-speaking republic in Africa. He discusses the influence ExxonMobil […]
As April marks the 35th anniversary of the Falkland Islands war between Argentina and the UK, we speak with James J.A. Blair about the complexities and the legacy of this […]
Freelance journalist Sandra Cuffe joins us to discuss the 1-year anniversary of Honduran indigenous & environmental rights activist Berta Caceres’ assassination. We also discuss the latest details of her case, […]
Freelance journalist Toby Hill speak with us about struggle for land rights in the great unknown of Paraguay. He has written extensively about social justice movements in Paraguay. You can […]
Very few Latinos are aware that they have Arab brothers and sisters that also speak Spanish. Dr Stephen Zunes from the University of San Francisco & author of “Western Sahara: […]
Lorgia Garca-Pena, an assistant professor at Harvard University, speaks with us about 100th anniversary of US invasion of the Dominican Republic. She discusses the legacy of violence, racism, and government […]
Brazilian Activist Sabrina Fernandes returns to discuss the controversy and the hypocrisy of the impeachment process against President Dilma Rousseff.