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| Victoria Bouloubasis, Monica Wise

Trump Administration’s Limits on Asylum for Domestic Violence Put Guatemalan Women in Peril

DORA MARISOL LÓPEZ helped put the woman’s husband in jail years ago. “He would leave work to go stay in the street in front of her house. She would go to the market, and he’d go…

| Martha Nelle Pskowski

How Outdated Cars Live On in a Smoggy Afterlife

When richer countries tighten vehicle emissions standards, pollution is exported to the global south Image credit: Federica Fragapane El Trébol, “The Clover,” is a tangle of highways and roundabouts in Guatemala City, where traffic grinds to a halt…

| Gena Steffens

Changing climate forces desperate Guatemalans to migrate

“It only rained three times, and the crops all died. Normally, it rains so much you lose count, but this year it didn’t rain at all,” says Pascuala Súchite, of the village of El Potrerito…

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: Recuperar a los seres queridos, uno por uno

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/audio-file-1.mp3 En Guatemala, mientras la sociedad civil se organiza para acabar con el círculo de impunidad que ha rodeado los crímenes de la guerra, el sistema de justicia apuesta por el olvido. El caso Creompaz,…

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: Hubo días de horror

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/audio-file-2.mp3 Durante la guerra civil de Guatemala una base militar del norte del país se convirtió en un centro de tortura y cementerio clandestino que resume 36 años de represión contra miembros de comunidades indígenas,…

| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Saving the traditional midwife in Guatemala

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Midwives-SMALL_1.mp4   For centuries midwives in rural Guatemala have played a key role in delivering babies despite the numerous challenges. Chiquirichapa, Guatemala- Antonina Sanchez Mendez vividly remembers the first time she delivered a baby. The only…

| Danielle Mackey

Seeking Justice at All Costs, from Colombia to Central America

A BRICK WALL, the first layer of the barrier, encircles most of a city block on an unassuming street in Guatemala City. On the other side is a checkpoint with metal detectors like airport security.…

| Smita Sharma

‘Nobody Remembers Us’: The Widows of Murdered Men in Guatemala

Men are killed on the streets of Guatemala City in broad daylight, yet the women left behind are silently suffering. In one of the most violent countries in Latin America, ELLE speaks to three widows…

| Cora Currier, Danielle Mackey

The Rise of the Net Center: How an Army of Trolls Protects Guatemala’s Corrupt Elite

Photo: Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images How an Army of Trolls Protects Guatemala’s Corrupt Elite At 6:02 AM on August 27, 2017, the president of Guatemala, Jimmy Morales, uploaded a video statement to Twitter declaring the former Colombian judge…