Posts Tagged: land

Guatemala and Honduras: Who Defends the Land Defenders?

Dossier by Group 2: Francisco Ferreyra, Lucero Morales, Laura Roser, Christian Scott On March 2, 2016, several heavily armed men broke into Berta Cáceres’ home in Honduras and fired multiple rounds, killing her instantly. These hitmen had connections to the

Guatemala and Honduras: Who Defends the Land Defenders?

Dossier by Group 2: Francisco Ferreyra, Lucero Morales, Laura Roser, Christian Scott On March 2, 2016, several heavily armed men broke into Berta Cáceres’ home in Honduras and fired multiple rounds, killing her instantly. These hitmen had connections to the

Angotti, Tom. “Introduction: Urban Latin America: Violence, Enclaves, and Struggles for Land.” Latin American Perspectives40, no. 2 (2013): 5-20. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23466019.

In the journal article “Urban Latin America Violence, Enclaves, and Struggles for Land” by Tom Angotti, the resulting issues that arise from the urbanization of rural land in Latin America are explored into great detail. The struggle between social classes

Angotti, Tom. “Introduction: Urban Latin America: Violence, Enclaves, and Struggles for Land.” Latin American Perspectives40, no. 2 (2013): 5-20. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23466019.

In the journal article “Urban Latin America Violence, Enclaves, and Struggles for Land” by Tom Angotti, the resulting issues that arise from the urbanization of rural land in Latin America are explored into great detail. The struggle between social classes

Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico”

Citation: Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico.” Intercultural Communication Studies 18, no. 1 (2009): 21-32. Annotation: This article attempts to discuss the development in the understanding and implementation of human rights in Mexico by indigenous groups, specifically

Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico”

Citation: Krovel, Roy. “Solidarity and Intercultural Communication in Chiapas, Mexico.” Intercultural Communication Studies 18, no. 1 (2009): 21-32. Annotation: This article attempts to discuss the development in the understanding and implementation of human rights in Mexico by indigenous groups, specifically