Raul Castro Should Ask Obama: What About U.S. Political Prisoners?

By Glen Ford on March 22, 2016

“The United States is holding scores of political prisoners, many of them captured in the 1960s and 70s.”

Graphic: Lauren Walker

Graphic: Lauren Walker

President Obama knew it was impolitic to play his hypocritical human rights game while in the presence of Cuban President Raul Castro, in Havana, this week. (more…)

Activists in Central America Fear for Their Lives in Wake of Assassinations

By Jeff Abbott on March 18, 2016

Indigenous activist Berta Cáceres, who won a prestigious international environmental prize for fighting a dam project despite continued threats, was assassinated on March 3, 2016, in her hometown in Honduras. (Goldman Environmental Prize via The New York Times)

Indigenous activist Berta Cáceres, who won a prestigious international environmental prize for fighting a dam project despite continued threats, was assassinated on March 3, 2016, in her hometown in Honduras. (Goldman Environmental Prize via The New York Times)

 

Early in the morning of March 3, gunmen entered the house of environmental activist Berta Cáceres in La Esperanza, Honduras, and assassinated the high-profile indigenous Lenca leader. (more…)

Hundreds of Thousands March in Argentina to Remember the 30,000 Disappeared While Rejecting Obama’s Visit and Macri’s Right Wing Government.

By Carlos Aznarez on March 24, 2016

Photo: Kaloian Santos Cabrera

Photo: Kaloian Santos Cabrera

There are days when the people of Argentina get up and start moving to demand justice and today was one of those days. (more…)

A Call for Support to the Readers of Resumen Latinoamericano

By Carlos Aznarez on April 27, 2016

logoMany of you know that for 23 years we have been on a journalistic path to counter and break through the tsunami of dis information that comes from the main stream media on a daily basis. We have been doing this through not only a printed newspaper with several editions (Argentina, Venezuela, Cuba, and Europe, and soon to come in the United States), (more…)

Rene Gonzalez Climbs the Highest Peak in the Antilles Calling for the Freedom of Oscar Lopez

March 27, 2016

Photo: Ramon Frontera

Photo: Ramon Frontera

On March 20, a brigade of fourteen activists, including the Hero of the Republic of Cuba Rene Gonzalez, climbed to the summit of Pico Duarte to call for the release of Puerto Rican independence freedom fighter Oscar Lopez Rivera. (more…)

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