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Maya Bhullar | As you plan your charitable giving for the holiday season, let's stand with the rebuilders. Here are some global social movements that need our support.
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Vice President Mike Pence and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos. Photo: The White House/flickr/ Myles D. Cullen
Gerald Caplan | Last month U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence went on a Latin America tour to throw around American weight. Nothing could be a more cherished part of the American Dream.
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Common Frontiers | On November 4th, Brazilian military and civilian police used violent force to storm the Landless Workers Movement's Florestan Fernandes National School in Guararema.
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Fernanda Sánchez Jaramillo | The Peace Dialogues in Colombia are a wind of hope for Colombians, who have spent more than five decades living in a conflict which has soaked their land in blood and pain.
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Stuart Trew | An estimated 200,000 people blocked roads and marched peacefully across Colombia to protest the negative impacts on their communities of the U.S.-Colombia and Europe-Colombia Free Trade Agreements.
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Lauren McCauley | President Rafael Correa handily won a third term as Ecuador's head of state Sunday in a landslide victory demonstrating a "clear mandate" for the continuation of his progressive economic polities.
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 Fernando Lugo campaigning in 2008. (Photo: Fernando Lugo Méndez / flickr)
Yves Engler | On a couple of occasions the overthrown president has claimed Canadian economic interests contributed to the coup.
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Blair Redlin | Ten years after the failed coup of 2002, participants in a "reality tour" of Venezuela learned about big changes at the grassroots.
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Blair Redlin | Ten years after the failed coup attempt in Venezuela, a "reality tour" gives a glimpse of grassroots change as the country heads to another presidential election.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | How do we move from economies of indebtedness towards sustainable and socially just development? Northern, neoliberal, funding regulations have not produced a financially solvent form of development.
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Roger Annis | The United Nations emergency financial appeal for Haiti relief for 2012 sits at only nine per cent of its goal of $231 million. Assistance from Cuba and Venezuela is picking up.
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Matthew Adams, Between the Lines | Matthew Adams speaks with Deb Barndt, editor of the book ¡VIVA! Community Arts and Popular Education in the Americas, about the history of the project.