Latin America

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    Mexico’s Oil Belongs to Its Citizens, Not the Global 1%

    March 18, 2014 - 

    On the anniversary of Mexico’s 1938 oil nationalization, artist Yoshua Okón argues that the “energy reform” currently underway in his country will deprive citizens of income directed toward education, health care and anti-poverty programs.  More
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    Tupí or not Tupí? Tropicália in Mexico City

    March 3, 2014 - 

    Mexico City-based art collective Cráter Invertido present a compilation of songs by the legendary Tropicália musician Tom Zé, as part of a new publication aimed at disseminating Zé’s music and ideas to a Spanish-speaking audience.  More
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    Shipped Off In Shackles

    January 21, 2014 - 

    As President Obama pushes for immigration reform at a moment when his own administration is reaching a record 2 million deportations, photographer John Moore offers a rare glimpse of the militarized deportation process.  More
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    20 Years After NAFTA, Many Worlds Are Possible

    December 16, 2013 - 

    Caleb Duarte and Mia Eve Rollow from EDELO (En Donde Era La UNO/Where the United Nations Used to Be) explore the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement in Chiapas, Mexico’s poorest state and the site of the Zapatista revolution sparked by the agreement.  More
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    From Santiago Streets to Parliament Seats, Chile’s Student Revolution

    December 16, 2013 - 

    After years of protests against an education system established by Pinochet’s military dictatorship, Chile has elected student activists to Congress and returned Michelle Bachelet to the presidential office. What’s next for the nation’s student movement?  More
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    Editor’s Letter

    Five years after Creative Time Reports’ inception, the project is coming to a close. Editor Marisa Mazria Katz reflects on some of the most moving pieces that solidified CTR as a unique platform that elevates artists’ voices.

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