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Award-winning journalist and activist Naomi Klein takes on "disaster capitalists" in Puerto Rico.
Emiliano Monge's tale of power and corruption in northern Mexico.
The drug trade tempts a young Colombian couple to abandon tradition in this follow-up to the Oscar-nominated Embrace of the Serpent.
Hollywood has a history of depicting the border in black and white. We could all use a few more shades of gray.
A look at two films that touch on indigenous themes in very different ways: Embrace of the Serpent and To Have Done With the Judgment of God
Pablo Landeo Muñoz insists that his Quechua novel, Aqupampa, remain without translation into Spanish.
An interview with the Argentine electronic duo on finding fulfillment by exploring their roots.
The work of multidisciplinary artist Mariana Castillo Deball explores the use and abuse of indigenous imagery.
A powerful debut from one of Cuba's most versatile jazz singers.
Vocal pyrotechnics - and a whole lot more - from one of Cuba's most influential MCs.

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