With Afro-Colombians facing multiple threats of violence, the need for a national Black rights movement is more urgent than ever.
Brazil’s former vice-presidential candidate Sonia Guajajara calls for urgent environmental action amid the existential threat posed by the coronavirus.
Part-Western and part-thriller, Bacurau tells the story of a small town plagued by strange happenings.
Graffiti in the Colombian capital uncovers stories of corruption, indigenous suffering and government-sanctioned killing.
This week, protestors have been taking a stand against inequality, corruption and soaring living costs. We join them on the streets as they fight for a fairer future.
In an ongoing project, photographer Johis Alarcón explores identity within Ecuador’s African diaspora through the lens of ‘Cimarrona’ – the wild female spirit.
From Cuba to Argentina, a new photography show shines a light on the uprisings and revolutions that have shaped the last half a century.
It's been four months since neofascist Jair Bolsonaro was sworn into office. So what is the outlook from Salvador, the Brazilian city with the highest population of afro-descendants?
Bigger, louder and more colourful than ever: photographer Stefy Pocket shoots the local revellers at the legendary four-day festival of Barranquilla.
Marta Álverez vowed to get justice after a decade of torture and abuse. Now she’s the first person to be given a public apology from the Colombian government for LGBT discrimination.
The island is still stuck without electricity, internet and phone service over six weeks after the storm first struck. In her latest photo series, Erinn Springer captures the local struggles.
Allimento is a new dry food supplement that is set to be offered to the state’s low-income communities, in a bid to tackle ‘food waste and poor nutrition.’