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As more U.S. states move to criminalize abortion, activists in Mexico have been inundated with calls from women seeking abortion medication. Our cameras went inside their distribution effort. By Paula Mónaco Felipe, Miguel Tovar, Souleyman Messalti, Caroline Kim and Brent McDonald •July 15, 2022

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This is a chronicle of how people profit from pain in a country that doubled the official number of disappeared in three years; a story of opaque agreements and private laboratories that seek to do business and of an incapable and corrupt State that opens the door for them. Paula Mónaco Felipe, Wendy Selene Pérez

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The first time I went to Guatemala I was impressed by how many McDonalds restaurants were there. Later I learned that the happy meal, the combo that sells millions of dollars in the world every day, had been invented there, in that indigenous country. So I began a search that included several months of travel,

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For some years we have heard about peace in Colombia. Of a supposed exemplary achievement that is presumed to the world. With the support of RedFish, in 2021 we went to see -and document- what is really happening. We find that the war continues, in some territories it has worsened, and we also find many

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El Centro Pulitzer ha confiado en nosotros y nos concede una Beca de investigación Amazon Rainforest Journalism Found del Centro Pulitzer

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Without forgetting and without rest. Peace no longer exists for Tranquilina Hernández Lagunas, but her makes an unstoppable engine from her sadness. Mario Vergara doesn’t go a day without searching. Marabunta Peace Humanitarian Brigade not only protects in demonstrations. They also accompany families searching in the hills. Where no one goes, they walk, dig, hug.

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Our group work “Los jornaleros forenses” was distinguished with the 2019 National Journalism Prize of Mexico, in the chronicle-narrative journalism category. It is the most important award given to the press in Mexico, but there is no place for celebrations when we have at least 77,000 missing people in recent years, when the portrayed diggers

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Novelist Boullosa (The Book of Anna) and Literaliaeditor-in-chief Quintero collect Mexican perspectives on President Trump’s border wall, the history of U.S.-Mexico relations, and the nature of citizenship and sovereignty in this wide-ranging and eye-opening anthology. In “Snow and Borders,” linguist Yásnaya Elena Aguilar Gil examines how the creation of nation-states and borders “prevent[ed] free passage

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On a late-September day in 2014, students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers’ College were brutally attacked by police forces and other masked assailants as they were travelling through the town of Iguala, Guerrero. Six people were killed and 43 students were abducted and never heard from again. Since then, the families of the students have

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Traditional mortuary rites are no longer enough in Mexico, where a new trade has come to exist over the past few years: that of the bone searchers. In Veracruz, one of the deadliest states in Mexico, six men have the job of digging through clandestine graves for the human remains hidden there. For the most