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Michael Johns May 8
What crisis? This crisis: Over one percent of all and have entered U.S. since September '18:
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RT 8 Dec 17
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WOLA Sep 20
We are living through a crucial moment in the fight against and impunity in Latin America. Today we stand with all the who have made the fight against corruption and impunity their own.
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Christian Allié Oct 26
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CGTN America Jun 16
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UndergroundKollektiV Nov 11
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MexicanAmericanVote Jun 12
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SoCalDoc  ♥♫ Sep 3
Op-Ed: wants like me to stay home. Here's why so many don't - Los Angeles Times 💔
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IRI Aug 11
head to the polls today for a second time to vote for a new president. Our latest post breaks down key challenges and opportunities, check it out here:
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James S. Henry, Esq. Aug 18
Our intv today re “How is Forcing to Head North. Npr: Background Briefing with Ian Masters ⁦
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UN News Oct 25
As Security Council debates women, peace and security, highlights the story of enslaved and raped by soldiers, still waiting for justice to be served.
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WOLA Aug 11
head to the polls today to elect a new president. The two candidates both have problematic pasts. This has complicated the way they've expressed their commitments to anti-corruption efforts:
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Monica Wise Robles 21 Nov 17
UN: 83% of Live in Extreme Poverty
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IRI Aug 14
Last Sunday, went to the polls to vote for a new president. IRI Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean recaps the election and what’s next for Guatemala in a new blog:
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Society for Cultural Anthropology Oct 26
As poverty and violence force to leave their country, reflects on her work with Indigenous peoples in the highlands—and shows how the U.S. is implicated in its own “migrant crisis.” via
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The Conversation US Aug 12
Hundreds of thousands of have fled corruption, crime and injustice in their country to head to the United States. Election rights there are unlikely to stop the emigration (via )
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PhilHall 5 Jun 18
1.7 million Displaced by Search resumes after rain as death toll rises One man is searching for over 40 relatives all feared buried under mud some Villages are yet to be reached
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Kaye Holland Sep 26
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Connect4Climate Nov 4
Changing forces desperate to migrate. and shifting weather are making it difficult for many small-scale farmers to feed their families, fueling a human crisis
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Minky Worden 7 Feb 18
Sad to be leaving amazing Lake Atitlan; thank you to +all for hospitality!
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