Tag Archives: #Environment

July 12th, 2019: Mexico’s Beer Industry

Do you know where your beer comes from? Only two transnational beer companies own 98% of the Mexican beer market that goes to the US. All the while, these companies are robbing local Mexican communities from access to clean water. Freelance journalist Tamara Pearson speaks with the LMC about how transnational beer companies are literally leaving people high and dry with no water.

August 31st, 2018: US Virgin Islands Examined

Before last year’s hurricane season struck Puerto Rico, the first US territory to be hit hard was the US Virgin Islands. As the controversy over the failed US response to give relief to Puerto Rico continues to unfold, almost no coverage has been given to the 100,000+ Americans in the USVI. The LMC speaks with poet and novelist Tiphanie Yanique about what we need to know about her home islands. Tiphanie Yanique is also an associate professor in the English department at Wesleyan University.

July 27th, 2018: Antigua & Barbuda Examined

Puerto Rico was not the only country hit hard by last year’s hurricane season. The LMC speaks with Dr Matthew Quest about the struggle for social and environmental justice in Antigua & Barbuda. Dr Quest is a lecturer of Africana Studies @ the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas.