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Unequal Employment: Black Jobs Gaps and Deficits by State

Explore the current state of Black employment in the US. Learn about the progress made and the challenges that still need to be addressed.
/ June 18, 2024
Two people are working together at a computer desk, looking at code on a monitor. The woman is pointing at the screen while the man observes. In the background, other individuals engaged in computer work contribute to fostering black employment in this diverse shared office space.

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Governors Need to Do More to Protect Their Low-Income Residents from Climate Change Especially in the South

/ June 12, 2024

Many Asian American Renters Are Struggling to Pay for Housing

/ May 22, 2024

State Department’s Symbolic Step on Cuba Only Provokes Regional Frustration Over Sanctions

Latin American and Caribbean governments want the US to remove Cuba from its list of State Sponsors of Terrorism.
/ June 17, 2024
Five middle-aged people in business attire sit in front of various flags and a large banner reading "Los Angeles Declaration Anniversary Ministerial Washington, DC 2023."

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Torn Between Justice for El Salvador’s War Victims and US Complicity: IACHR Ruling in the Case of Cuéllar Sandoval vs. El Salvador

/ June 12, 2024

Haiti News Round-Up No. 17: Transitional Presidential Council Selects Prime Minister

/ May 30, 2024

Torn Between Justice for El Salvador’s War Victims and US Complicity: IACHR Ruling in the Case of Cuéllar Sandoval vs. El Salvador

Uncover the tragic reality of human rights violations. Explore the story of Salvadoran victims who disappeared during the armed conflict.
/ JACOBIN / June 12, 2024
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Ecuador News Round-Up No. 14: Noboa Faces a Scandal and the Prosecutor General’s Impeachment Is Suspended

/ May 24, 2024

US Sanctions Policy: Frequently Asked Questions

/ May 10, 2024
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Más DEG para América Latina y el Caribe: una oportunidad en tiempos de múltiples crisis

El presente informe evidencia que las emisiones de derechos especiales de giro (DEG) son un instrumento idóneo para mitigar los efectos de las múltiples crisis que los países de América Latina y el Caribe enfrentan en la actualidad.
and y / November 21, 2023 21 Noviembre 2023

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Entrevista con Mark Weisbrot sobre las elecciones en Argentina

/ November 20, 2023 20 Noviembre 2023

La creciente carga de la deuda en los países del Sur Global: Un obstáculo para los objetivos climáticos y de desarrollo

, and , y / November 03, 2023 03 Noviembre 2023

Entrevista con Mark Weisbrot sobre las elecciones en Argentina

Janine Jackson, autora, directora de programa y productora/presentadora del programa de radio semanal CounterSpin de FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting), entrevistó el lunes a Mark Weisbrot, economista y codirector del Centro de Investigación en Economía y Política, sobre las elecciones presidenciales en Argentina.
/ November 20, 2023 20 Noviembre 2023
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Martín Guzmán: Entrevista con Ex Presidente de Ecuador, Rafael Correa

May 24, 2023 24 Mayo 2023

Las sobretasas del FMI: injustas y contraproducentes

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