Life as a Female Rapper in Guatemala, One of the Most Dangerous Places on Earth to be a Woman
Rebeca Lane is trying to make socially-conscious hip-hop in a country where femicide is part of daily life, and there are 56,000 reports of violence against women per year.
Rural and Urban Voices Are Banding Together in Movement to End Corruption in Guatemala
An unlikely alliance has emerged in 11 weeks of protest against the government Otto Perez Molina: Rural, mostly indigenous groups are joining urban protesters, surprising deeply divided Guatemala.
Guatemalans Demand Justice After Vice President Resigns Amid Corruption Scandal
The vice president is allegedly linked to a ring accused of defrauding the state of millions by taking bribes to allow individuals to avoid paying customs taxes.
Guatemala's President Says He Won't Resign After Massive Anti-Corruption Demonstration
President Otto Perez Molina said Tuesday he would be forming two new government commissions to tackle corruption after a huge protest on Saturday caught political leaders by surprise.