Who Says There Was No Genocide? Guatemala Dictator on Trial

Who Says There Was No Genocide? Guatemala Dictator on Trial

April 22, 2013

By Mary Jo McConahay, New America Media GUATEMALA CITY – When the judge called his name, 70-year-old Tiburcio Utuy, wearing a yellow nylon jacket and looking determined, entered through tall wooden […]

In Southern California, There Are Many Words For Genocide

NewsTaco May 10, 2012

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco The good thing about being ten days into the month of May is that we’re those many days away from April. Not that I have a […]

The Spanish Debates Over Native American Equality, Inclusion

September 8, 2011

By Richard G. Santos For the first half century after the first voyage of Cristobal Colón (aka Christopher Columbus), the Spanish Church and State deliberated the nature of the Native Americans. […]