Caught between a raging pandemic and multiple levels of far-right government, the protestors could be the focus of another eviction.
The Amazon basin has all factors that can generate new “zoonotic” diseases, and on a scale unprecedented in human history.
The temporary ruling from the Supreme Court is saving lives in one of the worst-offending countries for police brutality.
Young, Black Brazilians flocked to see the “Black Panther” movie and saw themselves in Wakanda.
Militant strikes and protests against dangerous working conditions and low pay have spread through Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Ecuador.
New hotspots are raging, but experts are also concerned about spikes in countries that appeared to have the virus under control.
Indigenous communities from the U.S. to Australia to Brazil have taken matters into their own hands—even closing their borders and implementing curfews—to protect themselves.
Despite being frequently compared to the populist leaders, Duterte said their 'devil may care' approach could wreak havoc in the Philippines.
The pandemic isn't slowing down; it is accelerating.
The mortality rate among indigenous people is twice that of the rest of the population.
Populist Jair Bolsonaro actively discourages social distancing and joins large gatherings of supporters resisting any kind of lockdown.