Is there life after deportation in Guatemala? Willy Barreno, the cofounder of DESGUA, says yes. He speaks with the LMC about his organization, creating job opportunities for the Mayan community, […]
On this episode, we speak with Lydia Crafts about US history of human experimentation’s in Guatemala in the 40’s. She discusses how US doctors infected people with STI’s, the manipulation […]
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 […]
The struggle for Women’s Rights achieved an important victory in Guatemala as the traditionally corrupt justice system in that country ruled on a landmark victory for victims of sex slavery […]
Investigate journalist Jack Werner speaks with us about the stunning turn of events in Guatemala as public pressure has forces the current president to resign. He points out that even […]
Laura Carlsen from the Center for International Policy gives us the latest on child refugees from Central America.
Janet Hernandez takes the lead in speaking with Guatemala Human Rights Commission member Patricia Foxen about the stunning rise of minors emigrating to the US. Often unaccompanied and without knowledge […]