Hector Silva Avalos, a Salvadoran journalist & fellow at American University in Washington DC, discusses with us about the fact vs fiction of the notorious MS-13 gang. He discusses about […]
Laura Embree-Lowry, the program director for CISPES, joins us to discuss the historic mining ban in El Salvador. She’ll explain how El Salvador became the first country in the world […]
On this episode, we speak with Daniel Alvarenga, the creator of Salvadoran blog site http://www.salvacultura.com/ on how gentrification can even affect the food we eat & how it can be […]
Following this week’s UN Summit for Refugees & Migration, Laura Weiss talks with us about increased border enforcement on the Guatemala/Mexico border. Weiss is the web editor for the North […]
For Women’s History Month, Jocelyn Viterna returns to discuss her book, “Women In War: The Micro-Processes of Mobilization in El Salvador.”
Laura Carlsen from the Center for International Policy gives us the latest on child refugees from Central America.
While the question of abortion is usually centered around religion; this episode shows how the real issue behind abortion is actually poverty. How does the debate change when seen under […]