Global women’s fight against sexual harassment didn’t start with #MeToo
by The Conversation
Women in countries such as India, Pakistan and others have long organized successful campaigns against sexual harassment.
Apr 30, 2019
Public Forum “Argentina in Revolt”
by Globalist Staff
The public is invited to hear a first-hand account of the rising economic and political crisis sweeping over Argentina. Maria Alvarez, a socialist feminist and human rights activist from Buenos Aires, will give an eyewitness account of recent events in her country. The event on Friday, June 29 will be held at 7:30pm at New […]
Jun 29, 2018
Funded Buenos Aires schools still struggle to feed students
by Global Press News Service
The Buenos Aires government recently increased the spending on school meals by 30 percent, but some say it's not enough.
May 15, 2018
The pulse of Latin American film comes to Seattle
by Erick Iniguez
“Latin America is the region of open veins. Everything from the discovery until our times has always been transmuted into European — or later, United States — capital, and as such has accumulated on distant centers of power.” — Eduardo Galeano, Open Veins of Latin America. This week the Northwest Film Forum is featuring “Pulsos Latinos: […]
Apr 18, 2014
Blood and ballots in Honduras
by Madeline McClure
A fraudulent election is another disturbing sign that U.S.-supported impunity is back in Central America.
Dec 23, 2013
Mariners salute baseball’s Latin roots
by Ryan Hueter
(Photo Hugo Ludeña / Latino Cultural Deportes) The M’s may not exactly be in the playoff hunt, but you can still catch some great internationally themed nights at Safeco.
Sep 3, 2013
Your hitchhiking days are over, young lady!
by Sarah Stuteville
Technology is great. But has too much connection with home spoiled the freedom of travel?
Apr 19, 2013
Why more women in leadership will mean fewer women in poverty
by Alysa Hullett
International Women’s Day is holiday that usually gets ignored. So it makes a great moment to reflect on a widely ignored issue: women in poverty.
Mar 7, 2013
All-female band shakes up Colombian mariachi scene
by Amy Lieberman
The iconic hats, the intricately embroidered suits and vibrant, boisterous music; sure it sounds and looks just like traditional mariachi music. But one, all-female band in Bogota, Colombia is shaking up the landscape of this male-dominated profession. Amy Lieberman reports from South America.
Sep 17, 2012
Seattle orgs meet to help combat violence against women in Central America
by Hallie Golden
Inside a conference room in Seattle’s Municipal building all eyes are fixed on Shira Downs as tears run down her face. She’s talking about the epidemic of violence against women in her home country of Nicaragua. “We have laws to protect women, but how do you make sure the law is effective or obeyed?” she […]
Jul 31, 2012
Seattle aid org says Central America needs our help
by Alex Stonehill
The Seattle International Foundation sounded alarm bells about the development situation in Central America at an event on Tuesday, where panelists called for Seattle-based aid organizations like the Gates Foundation to step up activities in the region. Tom Paulson, from our partner blog Humanosphere was at the Central America Donors Forum and filed this report: A few […]
Jun 21, 2012