Community members gathered on Buffalo’s East Side on May 17 to honor the lives lost in the recent mass shooting at the neighborhood’s Tops Friendly Market grocery store.
On May 1, more than 4,000 people from diverse social and political groups marched through the streets of Bogotá to mark International Labor Day.
The fertile hills of northern and western El Salvador produce most crops. In departments like Chalatenango, Sonsonate and Santa Ana, highways cut through miles of corn, coffee, rice, sugarcane, and vegetable fields. Coffee, "red gold," is the country’s largest cash crop.
In Argentina, various social and political groups, advocacy organizations, indigenous communities, and individuals mobilized to protest for better environmental protections and actions from the government.
Guillermo Marroquín compares the loroco with a rose; it flourishes with a woman’s light touch versus that of a man.
Around 100 activists, students and community members gathered outside Vancouver City Hall on Friday, March 25 to protest the construction of an oil pipeline within 100 meters of Burnaby Mountain Secondary School.
Members of feminist organizations and social groups in several cities in Colombia went out to march on March 8, in commemoration of International Women's Day.
Demonstrators and activists for the decriminalization of abortion filled the street in front of the courthouse in Bogotá in celebration on Feb. 22, 2022, one day after the Colombian Constitutional Court legalized abortion up to the 24th week of pregnancy.
The protest had an increased urgency, as that very issue is due to be settled in Colombian Constitutional Court in the coming months.
See the National Strike in Colombia 2021 from the ground as it was happening