"The hardest thing is the fear."
Hundreds of indigenous representatives from across Mexico gathered in mid-October in San Cristobal Chiapas for the 5th meeting of the National Indigenous Congress (CNI). However, this year’s CNI wasn’t business as usual.
On the second anniversary of one of Mexico’s most brutal and mysterious mass murders in recent memory, activists hit the street once again in the country’s capital.
More than a thousand artists gathered in Chiapas, Mexico for an art festival for humanity. Ryan Mallett-Outtrim reports, in this photo essay.
Mexico's southernmost state of Chiapas is a photographer's paradise.
Protests against the Mexican government's controversial education reforms have now spread northward to the central city of Puebla, where teachers have decried police crackdowns on demonstrations in the nation's south.
Imagine a water fountain in a humble city park. Now imagine that fountain has lasers.
Mexican street art gets real in Xanenetla.
From thick, sweltering jungle to soaring, icy peaks, Ecuador crams a lot into a small country.