Paraguay

That which will become the earth: anarcho-indigenous speculative geographies.

Guarani Alf Slimer Outer Space

This essay utilizes an anarcho-indigenous/mestize lens to explore how the GuaranĂ­ concept of teko'a (tekoha) (settlement/village/community) can lead to different formations of the ways in which we relate to each other and to the earth. It is both a philosophical inquiry that aims to challenge the nation-state and capitalism, and also a practice of speculative geographies that imagines possible futures along with the creation of "a new world in the shell of the old" inspired by Indigenous epistemologies.

Dancing with Dynamite: social movements and states in Latin America

Dancing with Dynamite

Benjamin Dangl explores the complex ways that social movements in Latin America have worked with, against, and independently of national governments.

The human costs of militarization in Latin America - Arturo Jimenez

Portraits of missing persons, victims of Operation Condor

An article about the establishment of Operation Condor, an alliance between multiple right wing dictatorships in South America to target exiled dissidents.