Latin America & Caribbean

Venezuelans Transition from the Bolivar to the US Dollar

Venezuelans Transition from the Bolivar to the US Dollar

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August 18, 2019

Venezuelans in the nation’s capital of Caracas are sidestepping the bolivar—the country’s local currency—in favour of the US dollar. This trend appears to be on the rise as Venezuela’s currency crisis worsens

The Black Working Class and Venezuela: Fighting The Same Enemy

The Black Working Class and Venezuela: Fighting The Same Enemy

August 15, 2019

Netfa Freeman discusses the unique perspective of the Embassy Protection Collective’s work through the lens of the Black working class and their connection with Venezuela

Brazil's Student Movement Mobilizes to Oppose Bolsonaro's Education Privatization

Brazil’s Student Movement Mobilizes to Oppose Bolsonaro’s Education Privatization

August 14, 2019

Students rallied and marched in 207 municipalities of Brazil, to declare their opposition to right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro’s education reform that would privatize much of Brazil’s higher education. Mike Fox reports

Protests In Honduras Intensify as President Is Implicated in Drug Trafficking

Protests In Honduras Intensify as President Is Implicated in Drug Trafficking

August 14, 2019

Adrienne Pine and Jesse Freeston discuss Hondurans’ demand that President Juan Orlando Hernandez resign and the repressive, violent police response to protesters

Bolsonaro's Anti-Crime Crack-Down Also Targets Brazil's Social Movements 

Will Brazil’s Social Movements be Hit by Bolsonaro’s Anti-Crime Crackdown?

August 13, 2019

Brazil’s President Bolsonaro’s comment that criminals should “die like cockroaches” is not only reminiscent of Philippine president Duterte, but also seeks to persecute social movements, says Mike Fox

Bolivia's President Evo Morales Seeks An Unprecedented Fourth Term 

Bolivia’s President Evo Morales Seeks An Unprecedented Fourth Term 

August 13, 2019

The race for Bolivia’s presidency has begun and Evo Morales, has a good chance of winning,  if voters forgive him for the term limits controversy. Linda Farthing discusses the situation in Bolivia

The Evolution of Venezuela's Media Landscape: From Openness to Restriction and Propaganda?

Venezuela Coverage and Analysis

August 11, 2019
Find all of our Venezuela stories here, from the current crisis to the early days of The Real News Network
More Sanctions Against Venezuela Means More Suffering

More Sanctions Against Venezuela Means More Suffering

August 7, 2019

The Trump administration’s new sanctions freeze all of Venezuela’s U.S.-based assets and those of anyone who helps Maduro which will only increase poverty, says Venezuelan economist Francisco Rodriguez

NPR Shreds Ethics Handbook to Normalize Regime Change in Venezuela

August 6, 2019

The Reagan administration in 1982 coerced National Public Radio (NPR) to cover more favorably the US terrorist war then being waged against Nicaragua.

Brazil's Far Right Unleashes Campaign to Stop Greenwald and The Intercept Revelations

Brazilians Fight Far-Right Campaign to Silence Greenwald & Intercept Leaks

July 31, 2019

Hundreds of Brazilians rallied in defense of U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald, on Tuesday. Greenwald has been threatened to be deported, imprisoned, and even killed, because of his role in the release of the on-going bombshell Intercept leaks, which revealed right-wing bias in the corruption investigations that saw former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva jailed