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Indigenous Voices From Guatemala’s Day of No Violence Against Women

“Today is a day when we are intentionally pooling all of our positive energy so that tomorrow can be different, can be a more dignified and free life than what has been forced upon us … “

Brutal Crackdown on Election Reformers in Kenya’s Biggest Slum

By Ashley Wilson and Joshua Ogure Last Monday, Kibera slum was a chaotic scene of stone-wielding protesters in conflict with Kenyan police forces armed with live ammo, water cannons, and tear gas. In the fourth so far in a series of weekly protests against Kenya’s Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), many protesters were prevented…

Capuchin Monkey Soap Opera in Costa Rica

After 25 years in the field, anthropologist Susan Perry is still shocked by the sex, violence, and politics that rule the capuchin monkey world of Costa Rica.