Berta Cáceres

Centrospective: Nobody does solidarity like Central Americans

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Peruvian activist battles mining industry to save her homeland

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News Briefs: March 24-April 6

[su_label type=”info”]Bay Area[/su_label] Condemned building at 22nd and Mission hit by second blaze Nearly 14…

Now more than ever, we should demand justice for all women

Indigenous environmental activist Berta Cáceres knew she would not live to see old age. Her…

Indigenous environmental activist slain in Honduras

Environmental activist Berta Cáceres of the indigenous Lenca nation, was assassinated in her home in…

Indigenous woman fights for the heart and soul of her land

An indigenous woman battling to keep the rivers and forests in her country from being completely swallowed up by transnational companies is one of the recipients of the 2015 Goldman Environmental Prize—the world’s largest and most prestigious award for grassroots environmental activism.