La visita del papa a Perú vuelve a poner a la luz los casos de abuso en el Sodalicio
(The New York Times en Español)

‘Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race’ Is A Call To Action
(NPR Books)

The history of organized crime in Mexico, told through data
(Columbia Journalism Review)

What happened when I joked about the president of Ecuador
(The New York Times Magazine)

This Tijuana-born singer’s music is inspired by living in ‘the most violent era ever’
(Public Radio International)

This new documentary blurs the lines on the map to make a point about borders
(Public Radio International)

Here are three people who might help Latinos strike it big in the American art scene
(Public Radio International)

Latin Women Take the Helm
(World Policy Journal)

Deadly storms and delayed response ravage indigenous Mexican communities
(Public Radio International)

The Inequality Behind Chile’s Prosperity
(Council on Hemispheric Affairs)

Honduras: As Human Rights Violations Go Unpunished, “Feminists in Resistance” Fight for Justice
(Latina Lista)

Media appearances:

Si no incomoda no es periodismo
(Cadena SER (Spain), A vivir, Tertulia de corresponsales, November 2016)

Listening Post
(Al Jazeera English, September 2013)

Listening Post
(Al Jazeera English, March 2012)

Listening Post
(Al Jazeera English, November 2011) 

Listening Post
(Al Jazeera English, October 2010)

Does Twitter promote democracy?
(The Economist)

Chile’s indigenous Mapuche speak out online
(The BBC)