Alice Driver reports from the November protests against the Colombian government of President Iván Duque Márquez.
Identity and agency tangle in complicated ways when none of the languages you speak can precisely channel who you are.
To this day, when my mother is driving a car, she will only use the blinkers to indicate that she’s turning at the last second — just so that people behind her don’t know where she’s going.
How Venezuela’s resistance movement — and the country’s democracy — reached a breaking point during one week in July.
I showed the group a Guardian article calling [Uruguay’s President] Mujica “the world’s most radical president.” They burst into contemptuous groans. Last January, Bill de Blasio took over as mayor of New York City. The election was a landslide; the hopes invested in him near messianic. “When New York City Democrats head to the polls […]