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| Martyna Starosta, Alleen Brown

She Defended Her Land Against a Mine in Guatemala. Then She Fled in Fear for Her Life.

Alleen Brown. Video by Martyna Starosta. TERESA MUÑOZ WAS riding her motorbike along her regular delivery route on a winding Guatemala road, carrying the homemade cheese she sold for a living, when she saw in…

| Valeria Fernández

The Kids Who Pick Your Produce

  https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Young_hands_bb.mp3   America has a secret hidden in plain sight: more than half a million children – ages 12 and in certain situations, younger – are legally laboring on farms, often in dangerous and…

| Eulimar Núñez

La ola de leyes antiaborto: cómo ha cambiado la estrategia para restringirlo y cuáles estados avanzan en ese objetivo

Aunque sigue siendo legal en los 50 estados de EEUU, ocho estados han aprobado legislaciones que –a pesar de que aún no están vigentes– buscan limitar el acceso. Expertos aseguran que son parte de una…

| Sarah Jones

Seven-year-old South Sudanese kids share dream for their country, seven years after its independence

Seven years after independence, 7-year-old South Sudanese children share ideas on the country of their dreams. Esther Nene, seven, recounts the memories of the 2016 war in Sudan: “I remember that people run away from…

| Holly Pickett

Fighting Authoritarianism, One Mass at a Time

In Kinshasa’s Saint Joseph parish on an August afternoon, a crowd gathered to give thanks: The man they had risked their lives to oust was stepping down from the presidency. Just a week earlier, President…

| Kristen Chick

These young people are fighting for the Democratic Republic of Congo to live up to its name

Alain Mulumba Kabeya, 28, interim coordinator for the Kinshasa cell of Filimbi, a pro-democracy group, leads a secret meeting of the group in Kinshasa, Congo, on Aug. 14, 2018. Filimbi members had just spent the…

| Zahra Moloo

UN peacekeepers in the DRC no longer trusted to protect

Young South Sudanese have been meeting every month to clean the capital Juba. The environmental movement is a creative protest against civil conflict and unites people from warring tribes. Local people have lost faith in…

| Ruth Mclean

‘We Have to Break the Culture’: Meet the Women Fighting Congo’s Rape Epidemic

When Justine Masika Bihamba took to the airwaves of eastern Congo to denounce the notorious warlord known as “the Terminator,” she knew she was risking her life. She publicly called in March 2012 for the…

| Nicole Tung

Uncertain labor: Central Africa’s maternal mortality crisis

By Olivier Laurent and Nicole Tung Jeanine was sitting in the middle of the road in Birlo, a village just outside of Bangui, Central African Republic’s capital. The 39-year-old woman, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, was…