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A Conversation with YA Author Francisco X. Stork

As devoted fans of Francisco X. Stork, we were excited to learn about Disappeared, the latest in his growing collection of novels for young adults. 1,636 more words

Latinx Literature

Into the Abyss #3: Kidnapped by Bigfoot?

Don’t go hiking. Bigfoot will get you!

Theresa Ann Bier was 16 years old when she disappeared on June 1, 1987. She had been Bigfoot searching while camping at Shuteye Peak with a 43 year old Bigfoot enthusiast, Russell “Skip” Welch. 425 more words


The right to memory in Chile: an interview with Erika Hennings

(First published in Upside Down World)

Operacion Colombo, or the case of the 119[1] was an intelligence operation staged by DINA (Dirección de Inteligencia Nacional… 1,549 more words


Remembering the Caravana de la Muerte victims of La Serena

Marcos Barrantes

Jorge Contreras Godoy

Carlos Alcayaga Varela

Oscar Cortes Cortes

Hipolito Cortes Alvarez

Jorge Jordan Domic

Jorge Pena Hen

Manuel Macarian

Mario Ramirez Sepulveda… 172 more words


Guerrero/National: Ayotzinapa Three Years Later

September 26th, 2017, marked three years since the extrajudicial executions of six people and the forced disappearance of 43 students from the “Raul Isidro Burgos” Normal Rural School of Ayotzinapa in Iguala, Guerrero. 420 more words

Human Rights

Off Guardian disappeared me. Is it petulance or worse?

Source: The Rising of Britain’s ‘New Politics’ | OffGuardian

An excerpt from the above linked-to article by John Pilger follows:

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Delegates to the recent Labour Party conference in the English seaside town of Brighton seemed not to notice a video playing in the main entrance. 1,844 more words


Feeding on dreams: Confessions of an unrepentant exile

(First published in Upside Down World)

Ariel Dorfman’s Feeding on Dreams: Confessions of an Unrepentant Exile (HMH Books, 2011) is an eloquent memoir which fluctuates between reflections on death and exile – the meaning of not having died next to Chilean President Allende during the 1973 military coup… 1,896 more words