Un dibujante en exilio que usa su arte para exponer los abusos del gobierno en Nicaragua.
An exiled cartoonist using his art to expose government abuses in Nicaragua.
A Nicaraguan journalist in exile writes on the need to support press freedom in his country and beyond.
El conflicto que estalló en Nicaragua era predecible y refleja tendencias similares en la región.
Nicaragua’s explosion into conflict was predictable – and reflects trends common in the region.
Amnesty International's Erika Guevara-Rosas spoke to AQ about Nicaragua and the regional backlash against protesters.
Journalist John Otis reports on the Nicaraguan president's violent crackdown on protesters in this episode of “Deep South.”
In Nicaragua, bureaucracy and machismo limit women entrepreneurs from growing their businesses.
With Daniel Ortega's re-election on November 6 all but assured, his critics fear a return to the dynastic politics of the past.

Artist and activist Bree Newsome became an internet sensation, this weekend, after she briefly took down the Confederate flag that stands on the grounds of South Carolina’s state capitol. Many viewed her act as an important statement about racial equality in the United States. But it was also a reminder of how Afro-descendant women are taking the lead advancing civil rights in the Americas as a whole.
Indeed, at the same time Newsome was scaling a flagpole in Columbia, Afro-descendant women from throughout the region were meeting in Nicaragua’s capital, Managua, to discuss their own plans for advancing social justice at the First Summit Meeting of Female Leaders of African Descent of the Americas (Primera Cumbre de Lideresas Afrodescendientes de las Américas).


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